Park Cherri


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Would it be better to be recognized for who you are? or by the achievements they have made in life? How does it feel to have a buddy who is solely interested in their own success, fortune, and notoriety? William H. Cole’s novel McDowell is a story of loss, retaliation, atonement, remorse, love, and genuine friendships. It centers on a character named McDowell. He is a physician, specifically a surgeon, who served as president of the International College of Surgeons, directed a medical foundation in Nepal, and was proposed as the next secretary of health for the United States. McDowell takes delight in the work he accomplished, particularly the significant financial contribution he made to the College of Surgeons.
I give this intriguing book 5 out of 5 stars. Read the entire review here…