New Release — Supernatural Thriller
Brain surgeon and unlikely war hero, Ryan Brenan, has it all. A booming practice, a beautiful home in an idyllic setting, and a happy loving family. Then, the apparitions begin.
Subtle at first, but soon there’s no doubt about it, he’s seeing ghosts, spirits, the undead. Of course, he could just be going nuts, cracking under the pressure of his constant exposure to death, mayhem, and tragedy. But, he believes he has proof that the ghosts are very real, and that they are specifically haunting him.
This riveting psychological thriller uniquely blends a detailed peek behind the curtains of modern day neurosurgery with a fantastical journey into the paranormal. We join Ryan as he tends to the sick and injured in his hospitals’ trauma bays, intensive care units, and operating rooms, all the while seeking to understand why he has become a target of the dead.
ISBN 979-8-88633-004-5 (Paperback)
ISBN 979-8-88633-005-2 (eBook)
9 x 6, 380 pages
Publication date: June 27, 2023
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Gary Simonds is a Neurosurgeon who has treated tens of thousands of patients with devastating illnesses.
He is a professor at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and the Virginia Tech School of Neuroscience.
He has published three nonfiction books on burnout and psychological distress in healthcare providers and routinely writes about, and gives talks on, neuroscience, neurosurgery, medical socioeconomics, medical humanism, medical ethics, and burnout.
Simonds grew up in New Jersey and England, is an avid soccer fan, a guitar and the banjo player; and lives with his wife, Cindy, and border collie, Hamish, in a log cabin in Black Mountain, North Carolina.