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First Do Harm

Narrated by: Donna Lorenz Motta
Length: 6 hrs and 18 mins

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Summary

Death of loved ones, an illicit affair, deception, and covert lies throw renowned Boston-based surgeon Dr. Daniel Oxman into a murderous rage. 

Once an ethical young man who clawed his way out of poverty during the Great Depression, Danny reaches his goal to be a world-renowned surgeon dedicated to healing the sick and dying when he's a young adult. But as loss and deception from the people he loves most slowly enters into his life, Danny's sense of morals and professional ethics vanishes, and he uses his medical knowledge to commit an atrocious crime of passion. 

First Do Harm is an historical suspense audiobook that exposes the vulnerable side of the human spirit. It leaves listeners questioning the meaning of what counts as justified revenge and whether they could commit heinous acts that go against their basic natures, if they walked in Danny’s shoes.

©2019 Donna A. Motta (P)2019 Donna A. Motta

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  • jose ortiz
  • 19-07-19

So suspenseful!!

The twists took me for a loop. I definitely want everyone to listen/read this book. Very well done!! -JL Ortiz

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  • Victoria Browne
  • 09-07-19

Nature vs nurture

This is a story that follows a boy from childhood to adult, and begs the question - nature vs nurture. I really like this story, it kept me entertained on my dog walks.

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  • mika
  • 20-05-19

Compelling and enthralling

love the character development, the moral dilemmas of watching it evolve, it really keeps your attention the whole time. great read!