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4 Ratings: 2.0
A book by Joseph J. Neuschatz

Unexplainable death under anesthesia occurs almost daily in American Operating Rooms. TERRO.R. is a contemporary maze of intrigue and frightful medical investigative discoveries in such cases of cardiac arrests on the O.R. table. Hopefully, this timely … see full wiki

Author: Joseph J. Neuschatz
Publisher: Booklocker.com, Inc.
4 reviews about terrO.R.
review by . September 08, 2010
In his first outing, Neuschatz has done himself proud and written a novel that bodes well for more work to come! But "TerrO.R." is a debut novel that is not without its flaws.      The good news is that the plot premise is imaginative (dare I say unique), compelling and frightening.      As an anesthesiologist, Dr Philip Newman is all too aware that tragic, sudden, unexplained deaths sometimes occur on the operating table. So when James Walker, a …
review by . July 07, 2007
I was contacted by Joseph J. Neuschatz, M.D. to see if I would be interested in reviewing his novel TerrO.R.. Medical thrillers are always of interest to me, so I accepted. After a quick read (it's not very long), I can say that the premise of the novel is interesting, but it suffers the same problem as many other self-published/print-on-demand books... the lack of a good editor to clean up the writing and shape the story.    To avoid giving away too much of the plot, I won't …
review by . July 06, 2007
Joseph J. Neuschatz has a decided edge in writing this highly intriguing and frightening novel about the insidious invasion of terrorist activity within the field of American Medicine. As a practicing anesthesiologist he witnesses those moments of life/death decisions and crises from the vantage of sitting at the head of a surgical patient, a stance that obviously has opened his imagination to some frightening possibilities. He has the tenor of the OR down pat and the vocabulary and knowledge of …
review by . January 22, 2007
In TerrO.R., Joseph J. Neuschatz brings his considerable expertise as an anesthesiologist to add a different slant to the medical thriller. Dr. Philip Newman is a conscientious anesthesiologist who is sued for malpractice when a young man inexplicably dies following administration of anesthesia for what should have been a minor procedure to remove a tattoo. In his quest to find out what happened to his patient, Newman realizes that his case is part of a pattern of cases across the U.S.    Newman …
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