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OUTLIERS: A Medical Thriller Unveiling a Sinister Healthcare Conspiracy

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Cape Coral, Florida Apr 16, 2024 (Issuewire.com) – Following its highly successful release in 2023, “Outliers” continues to captivate readers with its gripping narrative and timely themes. Authored by Geoffrey A. Lundy M.D., this compelling medical thriller sheds light on the dark underbelly of the healthcare system and the quest for justice in the face of corruption.

“Outliers” follows the journey of Kyle Sanderson PA-C and his supervising physician, Dr. Lucas Moses, as they unravel a series of inexplicable deaths among patients insured by Americare. Fueled by a desire to uncover the truth, Kyle and Lucas embark on a perilous investigation, guided by the ghost of 17-year-old Sean MacDonald.

Amidst the backdrop of a government-owned health insurance plan, Americare, and its insidious influence, “Outliers” delves into themes of power, morality, and the lengths individuals will go to for justice. At its core, the novel explores the complexities of love and loyalty, as Kyle navigates relationships with both an Americare administrator and Lucas, ultimately realizing where his true affections lie.

Recently, Lundy sat down for an exclusive interview with Emmy award-winner Kate Delaney of America Tonight Radio, where they discussed the inspiration behind “Outliers” and its resonance with audiences. Delaney remarked, “This novel tackles pressing issues within our healthcare system with both depth and suspense. Geoffrey A. Lundy M.D. has crafted a compelling narrative that keeps readers on the edge of their seats until the very end.”

Podcast:

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Youtube:

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“Outliers” has garnered critical acclaim for its intricate plot, dynamic characters, and thought-provoking commentary. As readers eagerly devour its pages, the novel continues to spark conversations about the intersection of power, healthcare, and justice.

Don’t miss your chance to experience the thrill of “Outliers” – available now on Amazon and other major online retailers.

Publisher: Archway Publishing

ISBN-10: 1665743115

ISBN-13: 978-1665743112

Published Date: August 30, 2023

Represented by: Great Writers Media

About the Author:

Geoffrey A. Lundy, M.D. practiced medicine until 2015, when a spinal deformity forced him into disability. Before his health setback, Dr. Lundy dedicated himself to full-time internal medicine practice at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic in Manchester and Bedford, New Hampshire. Within the clinic, he held the esteemed position of Department Chair for the Adult Primary Care Department and served as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Dr. Lundy was deeply committed to medical education, actively engaging in the mentorship of medical students, a pursuit that fueled his passion.

In 2015, at the age of fifty-five, Dr. Lundy embarked on a journey of reinvention, seeking to rediscover purpose and utility in his life. Despite undergoing multiple spinal reconstructive surgeries, he found solace and purpose in writing. Dr. Lundy began crafting his novel, “Outliers,” during a vacation on Cape Cod in August of 2015, and he completed this literary endeavor on June 8, 2022.

Dr. Lundy’s academic journey traces back to Colgate University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in physics. He furthered his education at Tufts University School of Medicine, graduating as a distinguished member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. Initially pursuing surgical residency for two years, Dr. Lundy shifted gears, completing his internal medicine residency at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA. He then served on staff at Mount Auburn Hospital for an additional two years, concurrently holding the role of Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. In 1997, Dr. Lundy transitioned to New Hampshire, where he practiced in a private group setting until January 2008, when he joined the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic.

Currently, Dr. Lundy resides in Cape Coral, Florida, alongside Thomas Ouellette and their two beloved Pugs, Saffron (Saffy) and Piper.

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