Barbara Kotler

What Killed Doctor K

…Ben had tears in his eyes, and I knew for sure that this man was going to make a special physician. He cared. Little did he realize then, that given the future of medicine, he was on a collision course when caring would crash with greed and deception…
What Killed Doctor K.? reflects an insider's candid observations of the medical world from the 60's through the 90's. This novel, based on real events, shows unflinchingly these years of major changes in the practice of medicine and the consequences for both patients and the medical professionals who serve them.
Barbara Kotler is part of The Writers Colony of The Delray Center Of The Arts in Florida. She established “Writers On The Go” involving writers in community programs.
186 printed pages
Original publication



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