Upon his arrival to investigate Lucille Ridgeway he quickly becomes attracted to her, and the two develop a romantic relationship. He is relieved to learn that her original and expensive diagnosis was incorrect. Ted’s boss sounds frustrated by this news and quickly hangs up on him.
Ted’s friend, who shares a striking resemblance to him, is abducted by a suspicious looking bellman from Ted’s hotel. Ted suspects that Park may have had something to do with it; maybe he was the actual kidnapping target. Looking deeper into the lives of Human Life’s clients, Ted discovers many died in accidents unrelated to their illnesses. Ted learns that his CEO may have been finding ways out of paying insurance claims such as killing off clients with expensive diagnoses for profit.
“Human Life in the 21st Century” is an exhilarating tale of Ted’s quest to expose the corruption of Human Life. Not sure who to trust, Ted knows he won’t be able to stop running until Human Life is stopped first. Doyle’s story follows Ted and the numerous twisting story lines as he struggles to avoid being found by the CEO, protect Lucille, and restore justice.
About the Author
Ross Kilarney Doyle was born in New York City and grew up in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. He graduated from medical school and wrote only about science for many years. Since retiring from teaching at a Midwestern medical school, Doyle has restored a 90-year-old house and explored the arctic as a Sierra Club leader. He is now married and lives in rural upstate New York.
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