The Covid Murders by Greg Vigdor

The Covid Murders: Another American Health Policy Detective Story by Greg Vigdor
Series: The Irv Tinsley Health Policy Detective Series Book 2
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The Covid Murders: Another American Health Policy Detective Story is a novel exploring what is wrong with American health care and how to fix it. The second in the Irv Tinsley Health Policy Detective series, it picks up where the acclaimed The Theory of Irv: An American Health Policy Detective Story left off.

Like the first book, The Covid Murders is a fictional and page turning medical detective story, this time exploring a mysterious death in a hospital in suburban Nashville, Tennessee. But like the first, it also connects this entertaining tale simply and understandably to the very real problems of American health care policy. It explains what has gone wrong with our system historically and now, including the great impact of our recent national experience with the Covid pandemic.

Readers will discover an entertaining way to access the complex issues of American health policy and politics- and be better prepared for the coming battle over what comes next in the battle for control over American health care. Grab your copy today!

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A brilliantly written, thought-provoking medical thrillerThe Covid Murders: Another American Health Policy Detective Story by Greg Vigdor involves a series of mysteries that uncover real problems that exist within the American healthcare system.

Having been newly appointed as the acting administrator of Prosperity Hospital, Jason Stroud finds himself unprepared for the mayhem that follows after Nashville bigwig Thomas Baker suddenly dies on the operating room table. Though Corporate would prefer that the matter be dismissed swiftly, Jason suspects that there could be more to Baker’s sudden death. Unsure of how to proceed, Jason enlists the help of his more experienced friend and mentor, Irv Tinsley.

In this masterful novel that lays bare the issues and power struggles plaguing the American healthcare policy, nothing is as it seems. What begins as a straightforward case of possible medical malpractice soon turns into multiple mysteries involving various forces including a powerful national committee that plans to change America’s democratic form of government.

The present and the past in the novel are well intertwined resulting in an incredibly exciting novel with numerous gripping twists. Things take a dangerous turn when Irv detects a harrowing pattern involving other past deaths in the hospital that could all be related. His discovery leads him and others down a dark path that could cost him his life.

The story includes multiple fascinating sub-plots involving different characters whose lives all converge as the plot moves forward. Their lives are skillfully blended and the shift between the novel’s different sub-plots is smooth. The various mysteries involved keep the story engaging to the end.

The novel explores important themes beyond the healthcare system including racial injustice, media bias, and the political forces that threaten American democracy. The themes are well-explored through a compelling set of characters whose lives are explored in depth. Though the story’s protagonists face deeply ingrained problems, their commitment to integrity and equality is inspiring.

The Covid Murders: Another American Health Policy Detective Story is a must-read not only for fans of medical thrillers but also for anyone who wants to learn about the problems facing American healthcare policy. Readers will love its brilliant plot, informative themes, and multi-layered fascinating characters. I loved the novel. many suspenseful twists and turns which makes it captivating from the start to the end.

The Covid Murders: Another American Health Policy Detective Story
comes very highly recommended by Artisan Book Reviews and has been awarded first place in our ABR Book Excellence Award contest in the Medical Detective Thriller, Mystery and Suspense Genres/Categories, Book read and reviewed by Edith Emunah for Artisan Book Reviews.

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About the Author

With over 40 years of experience in improving health and health care, Greg Vigdor is uniquely positioned to offer up practical ideas for how America can fix its broken health care system.Greg has served as a CEO, policy expert, advocate, manager and consultant in a variety of health care leadership roles.Now, he is an author, sharing his insights about the system and how to change it for the better.He is doing this through blogs and other writings as President of the not-for-profit Washington Health Foundation.He now is also doing this as the author of The Irv Tinsley Health Policy Detective Series.


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