Dead Wrong

Dead Wrong When a top secret programme of implanting harrowing memories into innocent people comes to light neurosurgeon Tom McCarthy is literally caught in the crossfire Whilst McCarthy looks forward to a thre

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  • Title: Dead Wrong
  • Author: Allen Wyler
  • ISBN: 9781938231179
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • When a top secret programme of implanting harrowing memories into innocent people comes to light, neurosurgeon Tom McCarthy is literally caught in the crossfire Whilst McCarthy looks forward to a three day weekend, his office is suddenly raided by two Department of Defense investigators bent on arresting him for a crime he didn t commit All hell breaks loose when an inadWhen a top secret programme of implanting harrowing memories into innocent people comes to light, neurosurgeon Tom McCarthy is literally caught in the crossfire Whilst McCarthy looks forward to a three day weekend, his office is suddenly raided by two Department of Defense investigators bent on arresting him for a crime he didn t commit All hell breaks loose when an inadvertent scuffle escalates, leaving one agent dead at the hands of the other, and McCarthy fleeing, but hopelessly trapped inside the labyrinthine corridors, heating ducts, and stairways of a gigantic Seattle Medical Centre With the CIA and Seattle PD closing in, McCarthy unwittingly pulls Dr Sarah Hamilton into the fray And like rats in a maze, they struggle to stay one step ahead of their deadly hunters, whilst simultaneously uncovering a trail of corruption that reaches shocking dimensions.

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    1. I've never read this author before. Would have given it 5 stars if someone had bothered to read it before publishing. How could they miss the grammatical errors. They were very distracting.Dr. McCarthy was doing some paperwork before leaving for a 3 day holiday weekend when a couple of thugs walked into his office and accused him of stealing DARPA documents.

    2. I would have enjoyed the story much more if there hadn't been so many errors and transposed words in the ebook edition. If they need a good proof reader, I'm available. There is no excuse for the number of errors in such a short number of pages. Shame on you, makers of this ebook!

    3. At first I wasn't so intrigued by the whole memory swap scenario of this book. However, when I started reading I realized how interesting that topic was when you consider how it might affect you if you received memories from a child molester or something equally as horrible against your will and you believed them to be your own memories. It is also interesting to fantasize about how removing memories could help PTSD victims forget their haunting past or how the government could use a person's me [...]

    4. Dead Wrong starts off with a mother panicking about her son being kidnapped, but her husband says that she has never had a kid. From there we move to Tom McCarthy. It is the Friday before Labor Day and he is excited about a three day weekend. Then two guys come in and demand to know what he did with the DARPA documents. Tom has no idea what is going on and escapes them after they kill his secretary. Sara Hamilton works in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit and is also treating one of the victims wh [...]

    5. A well-written thriller about a doctor who stumbles into a secret government program designed to transfer terrorists’ memories to human volunteers in order to retrieve information to fight terrorism. In the very beginning, we find that Dr. Wyse, an unethical brain surgeon, is running the illegal experiments in which he transplants brain tissue so the terrorist information can be transferred to a volunteer who would reveal. Government agents are after McCarthy intent on killing him to keep the [...]

    6. From my blog - 3 1/2I have read Dead End Deal by Allen Wyler, I enjoy his medical thrillers and so far can see it is a run for your life, medical competitive culture as a consistent style in his books.It is annoying and a little unbelievable how Physicians can become 'God like' with their thinking, all powerful and will do what they want but with no morals. How dare they make life changing surgeries without patients knowing? The Physician doing this secret program is now scared to death that Dr. [...]

    7. 3.5This is my third book by Allen Wyler that I have read. Still a fan. I am a sucker for a good medical mystery and this one didn't disappoint.It was a quick read, full of suspense, medical jargon and frightening going-ons within the hospitals in Seattle. Once again Wyler has me wondering what exactly is happening in the real hospitals.Dead Wrong is fast paced and highly entertaining. I had a hard time putting it down. I was a little disappointed with the formatting and typos within my e-copy of [...]

    8. I really tried reading this book, but I just couldn't. After a really intriguing beginning, it bounces around too much and then drones on and on about things that don't really even seem all that pertinent to the story. Maybe I'll pick it up again one day and give it a second try, like on a day when the world runs out of other books to read and after I've finished the phone book and dictionary. As for now, my advice is to skip this book unless you're suffering from insomnia.

    9. This book was definitely a page turner - an action-packed, suspenseful story of the "bad guys" chasing the "good guys." Underlying the chase was a storyline that left room for discussion about whether the "bad guys" were justified in some of their actions by their long term goals for helping individuals suffering from PTSD.

    10. It's a good story but PAINFUL to read. I read it as an ebook and there were easily 100 errors or omitted words.

    11. Book plods along. By the end, you just don't car any more. The original part-brain surgery stuff-just goes away and it becomes nothing more than a "will they catch him" novel.

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