Book 2: Against a Viral Threat

Dr. Monica Gray stumbles onto a virus that accelerates cancer growth. Cancer patients who contract the virus face certain death within weeks. Monica Gray and her medical partner, Adam Two, the surgical AI, race to create a treatment to save their patients.

Monica and Adam have created a new procedure for excising the cancerous tissue and directly treating the surrounding cells with a vaccine that can stop the spread of both the virus and the cancer. However, there have been no clinical trials, and the procedure requires a precision that can only be achieved robotically by a specially trained AI and a proficient human surgeon. Together they become a precision team that can stop this viral-enhanced cancer before it becomes a pandemic.

However, they are opposed by the Chief of Surgery at their hospital who cannot accept the role of an AI in creating new surgical procedures. Monica Gray and Adam Two must risk everything to treat as many people as possible and prove that their solution works. Pursued by powerful hospital leaders, security teams, and the FBI, Monica must evade capture while still providing care to the critically ill … until she has to save the very people who are chasing her.

Join Dr. Monica Gray and Adam Two in this thrilling sequel in the Robotic Surgeon series.

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