Stop by booth 242 on Saturday, April 21st, at the “Los Angeles Times Festival of Books” between 1:30-2:30 PM to receive a free, signed copy of Dr. Cliff Bacchus’ "Do No Harm."
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 16, 2012
Abbott Press, a division of Writer’s Digest, is showcasing their first signing author, Cliff Bacchus, M.D., writer of "Do No Harm," at the 2012 “Los Angeles Times Festival of Books” being held at the University of Southern California campus.
In the fictional work, "Do No Harm," Dr. Al Chandler’s medical practice is growing by leaps and bounds, but his reputation as an advocate of healthcare reform is growing even faster. Not only is he well-informed and respected, but Chandler oozes charisma, charm, and success—so much so that the newly elected president, Abraham King, taps him to be part of the administration. He believes his life couldn’t be much better—until he meets the mysterious and attractive Pandora Coltman. Soon, Pandora ends up dead, and a greedy scheme might make Chandler the killer’s next target.
Cliff Bacchus, M.D., practices conventional, alternative, and anti-aging medicine in the Bahamas. He was a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians from 1977 to 2010 and is a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. He studied in Russia, Canada, and America.
Stop by booth 242 on Saturday, April 21st, at the “Los Angeles Times Festival of Books” between 1:30-2:30 PM to receive a free, signed copy of Dr. Cliff Bacchus’ "Do No Harm.":
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