|US Navy 110727-N-YR391-005 Lt. Cmdr. Jennifer Freeman, an Obstetrics-Gynecology physician at Naval Hospital Jacksonville (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
Our nation's health care system is in shambles. The emergency rooms of many of America's inner-city hospitals are like war zones, where patients, nurses, and doctors don't know from one moment to the next if another patient might lunge out and attack him/her. In the fantastic medical thriller novel, The First To Say No, retired ED Doctor Charles C. Anderson has penned an exciting, page-turning read about an example of one of America's dysfunctional emergency rooms and what drives a female doctor who has been raped several times (Dr. Elita Romanov) to get her much justified revenge. Romanov and Dr. Kate Taylor, who is also fed up with the increasing numbers of violent attacks on hospital employees, decide that they need to be the first to say no, and fight back against the violence. Anderson's novel will open your eyes about the dangerous situations that the medical profession faces every day that they work in the U.S.'s emergency rooms.
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