The Dr. Danny Tilson novels have been acclaimed as “engaging and exciting” (Manhattan Book Review) and as “medical mystery or thriller writing at its best” (Midwest Book Review). There’s no doubt that Dr. Danny is a gritty main character who leads a pack of diverse characters in the series, from the loveable family dog Dakota to the villainess that threatens all that Danny holds dear.
Now with all four books in a convenient Box Set, “it is (now even more) refreshing to read novels by a physician who treats medical matters in the storyline with credibility" (The Louisville Medicine Magazine).
Barbara Ebel is an Amazon bestselling, award-winning author whose “background in medicine clearly shines through” (Manhattan Book Review).
A tense neurosurgery case turns into a pivotal encounter… and Dr. Danny’s life will never be the same again. Book One begins the medical and personal adventures of this esteemed Tennessee neurosurgeon.
“Operation Neurosurgeon stars a character whose single mistake can cost him a career. Everything is not over yet, or is it?” -- Indie Book of the Day
SILENT FEAR: A MEDICAL MYSTERY
In this fast-paced, scary medical thriller, Danny Tilson confronts a strange meningitis which sweeps the nation at breakneck speed.
Based on a real organism, “Silent Fear's plot has much to commend!” -- Word Press Review
COLLATERAL CIRCULATION: A Medical Mystery
Why is human intelligence soaring in Dr. Danny’s neurosurgical patients? Danny searches for answers as the ramifications to humankind could be staggering!
"This third addition to the Danny Tilson medical mystery series won't disappoint either old fans or newcomers who love medical intrigue ala Robin Cook and the best medical writers in the genre.” – Midwest Book Review
When a college basketball player goes down and suffers a head injury, it becomes personal for neurosurgeon Dr. Danny Tilson. He wonders … is existing medical treatment for head injuries good enough, or will his daughter’s boyfriend never fully recover?
“4 1/2 Stars out of 5 - Secondary Impact is a fantastic novel.” -- San Francisco Book Review