Secret Thoughts

  • by H. S. Clark
  • Narrated by Ernest "Ernie" Sprance
  • 6 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Something is rotten in Seattle, where seven innocent people are dead from tainted cold medicine and some of the country's wealthiest CEOs are suffering from corporate espionage on a unprecedented scale. Dr. Paul Powers search for the truth turns him into the prime suspect and an international fugitive desperate to clear his name. But how do you catch a killer who knows exactly what you're thinking? H. S. Clark takes the reader on a wild ride along the cutting edge of medical technology and into the dark side of digital medicine.


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A nail biter

Secret Thoughts is a fast paced modern thriller or murder mystery about cutting edge medical technology. The main character Paul, an anesthesiologist is a likeable fellow as are most of the characters in the book. Clark has created a nail-biter story all the way to the end. The book goes from Seattle and a product tampering with cyanide with 7 deaths to our hero tramping through the Colombia jungle. The read minds via MRI scan is a bit too farfetched for me but is a fun idea for a work of fiction. Over all this a fast reading suspense story that is short only 6 and half hours on my IPod download from Audible. This book makes a great fun break from more serious reading. Ernie Sprance did a good job narrating the book.
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- Jean "I am an avid eclectic reader."

Secret Thoughts: A Medical Thriller

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Secret Thoughts begins with a small child, seemingly having only a cold. It’s more than a cold and the reader is gripped by the frantic efforts of the mother to save the dying little girl. Thus begins a mystery from headlines. A cause is quickly found. The killer, however, is not and, we’re off and running with this thrilling book.

I was immediately involved in the story …. I live in Chicago and vividly remember the public panic here regarding the tampering of aceracetaminophen capsules in the early 1980s. Several innocent people died. Those murders have never been solved.

This is a short novel, just over six hours of listening, read nicely by Ernie Sprance. This is my first listen of Sprance narration, and I was surprised to learn that he has only one other audiobook recording on Audible. Based on this recording, I think, and hope, he’ll be around a while in that he even does a nice job on female voices.

An enjoyable, exciting listen. Well worth the credits.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-16-2013
  • Publisher: Grand Media