Surgical resident Matt Stone has uncovered a heinous secret, and the truth must come out-even if it costs him his medical career.Real-life surgeon Harry Kraus skillfully weaves together politics, bioethics, and hidden agendas in this compelling medical thriller. Matt Stone, a promising young surgical resident, discovers that chief surgeon Dr. Michael Simons and local abortSurgical resident Matt Stone has uncovered a heinous secret, and the truth must come out-even if it costs him his medical career.Real-life surgeon Harry Kraus skillfully weaves together politics, bioethics, and hidden agendas in this compelling medical thriller. Matt Stone, a promising young surgical resident, discovers that chief surgeon Dr. Michael Simons and local abortionist Dr. Adam Richards are secretly running experiments on live aborted fetuses, "stealing" their hearts to give to infants with congenital heart problems. Both doctors' reputations depend on the secrecy of their research, which is a serious violation of hospital policy.Meanwhile, Layton Redman, pro-choice candidate for governor, has a secret of his own-a staff volunteer is pregnant with his child. Redman arranges an abortion for the mother, but a serious car accident brings her to the emergency room, where Stone saves the life of her unborn child. This pits him against Simons, who was counting on the aborted fetus for his repulsive research project. Now Stone must gather enough evidence of the undercover experiments and expose Simons-before the vengeful chief surgeon ends his career....
|Title||:||Stainless Steal Hearts|
|Number of Pages||:||430 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Stainless Steal Hearts Reviews
Good story, overall, if at times a bit predictable. Author strove too hard to display his surgeon’s bona fides, but I did like the moral struggles faced by several characters. The survival of all players also proved not to be essential, making it a bit more realistic than a more formulaic tome.
The premise was very interesting but it is too preachy for my taste. If I wanted a lecture on christianity or abortion, i wouldn’t pick a novel.
This particular work by Krauss was a lot more descriptive than others I had read, the subject matter is very disturbing, but at the same time it was a well put together work of fiction. I hope and pray that it remains to be just that - fiction. I very much enjoy Krauss story weaving, but would not recommend this book for anyone who is squeamish about medical descriptions especially involving babies.
I could only read the first chapter. It looks like it will be a good book but because of the subject I can't read it. It is descriptive about how an abortion is performed and if it is going to be like this throughout the book I won't be able to handle that. The author is against abortions so maybe this is why it is so detailed. I think I will read some other books by the same author. I think his writing style is good
This was a regular book but Goodreads doesn't list that edition. This book was a little too preachy in the beginning for me, and I'm a Christian. It was so much that it got in the way of the story. The technical info got to be a little much too. It was very realistic though and in the end it was a little tense about what was going to happen and how it was all going to resolve. The whole situation was scary mostly because it wasn't a far-fetched plot at all.
The author, Harry Kraus, is a medial doctor, so this story is very authentic. This book kept me on my toes at all times. It was kind of scary to think how realistic this all could be. When you start reading this book, make sure you have a block of time set a side - you will not want to be interrupted. Kraus has written several other books. There isn't a bad one in the batch!
This book was amazing-I loved it. Everyone should read this book! The only bad part was were the author made a comment that suggested people against animal testing were idiots. Everything else was incredible. Plot was pure genius!
A disturbing but worthwhile read. I almost decided not to read it because of the graphic descriptions of abortion. Suspenseful story, great characters, but a little preachy. I love the medical information provided by the author/surgeon although it was, perhaps, a little overdone in this novel.
Very disturbing book. I only managed to finish reading it because of the two Christian couples and their story.