The hospital is the showpiece of the National Health Service. The brilliant, computerized Northern Health Scheme has dramatically lowered costs and improved services in the area. It's seen as a personal triumph for the new health secretary. A passport perhaps to Downing Street.
So why is the new system shrouded in secrecy? What really happened to Greta Marsh after her much-publicised operation? And why on earth is a top research scientist programming the hospital's computers? Kincaid knows the answers will get him the scoop - and the scandal of the century. If he can find them. If he can live to tell the tale . . .
This title was first published by Simon & Schuster Ltd. (UK) in 1992.
KEN McCLURE is an award-winning medical scientist as well as a global selling author. He was born and brought up in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he studied medical sciences and cultivated a career that has seen him become a prize-winning researcher in his field. Using this strong background to base his thrillers in the world of science and medicine, he is currently the author of twenty-three novels and his work is available across the globe in over twenty languages. He has visited and stayed in many countries in the course of his research but now lives in the county of East Lothian, just outside Edinburgh where he is happiest playing with his two young grandsons, Sam and Joel.