Medical doctor writes new medical mystery about a doctor, “The Case of the Organic Chemist”
“The Case of the Organic Chemist” is the second thriller in the medical mystery fiction series concerning Dr. MacArthur Donne, a medical doctor, private investigator/detective, and his womanizing sidekick, Jack Robbie. The boys start with a canoe trip down the Colorado River, below the low water bridge in Austin, Texas, which turns into a thriller as they nearly wash on down to the ocean, and miss their rendezvous in Utley, Texas. MacArthur and Jack are called later to investigate the death of a PhD chemist at the University of Chicago who has a romantic affair with a co-worker and dies mysteriously.
What was it that invaded Louise Hoelscher’s body and how did she contact it? The Mayo Clinic couldn’t figure it out. A true medical mystery ensues so that after her death, the police solve nothing but her husband needing to know what really happened, contacts Dr. Donne.
Love ’em and leave ’em Jack, who previously had dispatched a string of unfulfilled hospital ward clerk secretaries, becomes mesmerized by Anna, a young, holy Catholic girl he meets on the river trip. MacArthur, still suffering from the loneliness of the death of his wife, Jenny, contacts Rosamonde, the English girl from the first book in the MacArthur Donne mystery series, And If Thine Eye Offend Thee, for a doctor romance adventure, this time in Austin, Texas.
A medical thriller and book written with significant suspense in the style of great literature and reminiscent of the relationship between Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, “The Case of the Organic Chemist” is fiction par excellence.
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