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David Reel, Washington, D.C. plastic surgeon and researcher, is about to make medical history. After two successful trial surgeries, his new creation, a second generation lab-grown skin, promises to be a miracle for burn victims. But beneath the fanfare, David is an emotionally tortured soul, haunted by the deaths of his mother and best friend in a horrific fire years befoDavid Reel, Washington, D.C. plastic surgeon and researcher, is about to make medical history. After two successful trial surgeries, his new creation, a second generation lab-grown skin, promises to be a miracle for burn victims. But beneath the fanfare, David is an emotionally tortured soul, haunted by the deaths of his mother and best friend in a horrific fire years before. Now, while managing his legitimate surgical practice, David is pursuing a more ungodly quest deep in the confines of his lab. That, however, is just the beginning of the nightmare, when he discovers that an unrelenting psychopath is out to destroy him. With his patients doomed and David on the verge of a breakdown, he has one final surprise for the medical community. Something so bizarre, so horrifying, not even his nemesis could have imagined it. And it will push David Reel to the brink of insanity and beyond…...

Title : Skin Deep
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ISBN : 9781424131730
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 187 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Skin Deep Reviews

  • Denise
    2018-12-15 21:34

    1.0 out of 5 stars Flaws in this one are very deep, September 22, 2008This review is from: Skin Deep (Mass Market Paperback)I must be reading a different book than the one described on this page and thus I must dissent from the high ratings. The thin plot of this novel, the cardboard characters, the random senseless deaths (i.e. Charlie's), and the trite explanations of the motives of the characters make this attempt at a medical thriller fall short of the mark.In addition, the book was hard to read because of the many flaws in writing. The book I read was not an advance copy. The sentence structure ("She gasp in horror at the images." - p. 123) and word use (blood "gouting"?? out of his amputated limbs, p. 175), the misuse of the comma ("taking away someone, I love." - p. 165), the errors in spelling (p. 158 psysciarist) and the disjointed structure have contributed to my recommendation: do not waste your time reading Skin Deep. There was not much "medical" in this book and it provided no thrills.