Neurosurgeon Dr. Danny Tilson is engrossed in a college basketball game when a player gets knocked down, slamming his head on the court. The athlete is his daughter’s boyfriend and after suffering a second blow to his head he lies in a coma.
Danny is shocked when his daughter, Annabel, criticizes his care of the guy she loves…but then he wonders: Is existing medical treatment for certain head injuries good enough?
Despite obstacles from Annabel and his old nemesis Rachel, Danny brainstorms to develop new technology…something so revolutionary it could improve patient care after traumatic head injuries forever!
Although the Dr. Danny Tilson Novels are a series and the characters are best appreciated by reading the books in sequence, each book can stand alone.
Book One: Operation Neurosurgeon
Book Two: Silent Fear: a Medical Mystery (also an audiobook)
Book Three: Collateral Circulation: a Medical Mystery (also an audiobook)
Book Four: Secondary Impact
Author’s Website: http://BarbaraEbel.weebly.com
Other books by ‘Doctor Barbara:’
Outcome, a Novel
Younger Next Decade: Over Fifty, the Transitional Decade, and What You Need to Know
The Chester the Chesapeake children’s book series for adult and children dog lovers:
Chester the Chesapeake – Book One
Chester the Chesapeake: Summertime – (Book Two)
Chester the Chesapeake: Wintertime – (Book Three)
Chester the Chesapeake: My Brother Buck – (Book Four)
Chester the Chesapeake: The Three Dogs of Christmas – (Book Five)
The Chester the Chesapeake Trilogy (eBook only)
Chester the Chesapeake’s website: http://dogbooksforchildren.weebly.com
REVIEW for Secondary Impact:
“By now it should be evident to prior fans that the words ‘Dr. Danny Tilson novel’ actually promise a medical story well on par with the best works of Robin Cook and other notables; …
Secondary Impact isn’t just about the outcome of a sports injury or a creative surgeon’s abilities: it’s about the outcomes of many stormy relationships and, ultimately, about new life and new beginnings …
Powered by solid protagonists, a touch of intrigue, and a host of complex interpersonal relationships, the novel stays true to its characters throughout and is highly recommended …
Diane Donovan, Editor and Senior Reviewer
MWBR (Midwest Book Review)