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March 25, 2019

IS THAT POSSIBLE?

     "Fractured," has been out for about a year now and since then I've spoken at a number of author events. Invariably someone asks, "Is the science you talk about in the book real?" People want to know if it's possible to "print up" a bone. It seems...

December 4, 2018

In the days of the Wild West if a horse broke its leg in short order it would be staring at the barrel of a cowboy's six-shooter. Not much has changed. Even today, in the technological twenty-first century, with all the modern advances in medicine a broken leg in a hor...

November 28, 2017

A principal character not introduced until the second chapter is the heroine of FRACTURED, Claire Hodgson, a vivacious stem cell biologist whose intellect, creative curiosity and professional ambition have propelled her into the ranks of the preeminent scientists in he...

November 25, 2017

Readers of FRACTURED may wonder about protagonist Mark Thurman’s dual roles in the book. He’s both an orthopedic trauma surgeon at a level I trauma center and the medical officer for the area SWAT Team. While at first, these roles may seem a bit paradoxical they're bec...

November 20, 2017

Bones are amazing. They are blessed with a remarkable structure formed from calcium phosphate crystals that are carbon fiber strong and packed with many cell types and blood vessels. Bones are vibrant structures. Unfortunately, in the pantheon of human organs bone does...

November 16, 2017

This is the initial article in a series about the soon-to-be-released book, FRACTURED. The title was selected for its relevance to several themes that play out over the arc of the story. These themes involve things that can be fractured. Things like land, bones, and li...

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