Corrigendum by E.W. Johnson M.D.
A young Asian woman seeks emergency care at Dr. Sean Nolan’s clinic. The next day she is found murdered, her semi-nude body dumped in a city park. When all of her personal information turns out to be fabricated she becomes Jane Doe 73. With no identification, no clues, and no witnesses, the police quickly lose interest in her case.
To Dr. Nolan it has the opposite effect. Now it’s time to look more closely.
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After thirty-four years of medical practice, part-time writing became a full-time obsession at the end of 2018. Moving to Hawaii was the first step. The second step was more difficult, and is an ongoing educational process. The actual creation of a novel and its supporting cast of characters is a joy. The editing, proof-reading, re-writes, and marketing that follow is not. Who knew?