Doctors go to medical school to save lives… right?
When Matthew Preston was eight, his father was shot and killed in rarefied Pacific Palisades by Ted Nash, a home burglar who happened to be the Preston’s neighbor. Though Nash was sentenced to life in San Quentin, Matthew’s lifelong obsession is to somehow get into the prison, gain access to Nash, and exact the ultimate personal revenge. He devises a plan to become a prison doctor to gain access to Nash.
While in medical school, Matthew falls for brilliant classmate Torrey Jamison from poverty-stricken East Palo Alto. Torrey is battling her own demons, having been raped by a school counselor while in high school. Matthew is focused on vigilantism; but he loves Torrey who is morally opposed to killing for any reason—or so she thinks.
Targeted Age Group:: young adults and adults
Heat/Violence Level: Heat Level 3 – PG-13
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
After a long career as a lawyer, I retired and then was able to work on my bucket list. First in line was to write a novel, and second was to find a publisher. Because so many have enjoyed Do No Harm, I was able to write and publish the sequel, which will be released this summer.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I had always thought I should have gone to medical school, instead of law school. I invented Matthew and Torrey so that I could experience medical school with them. Both main characters faced challenges growing up, which caused the two of them to follow the fictional path detailed in the book.
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