What Readers are Saying:

I don’t know how to explain this book other than to say it is a great mystery written around the world of cutting-edge medicine, medical research, insurance companies, and men with great egos. Don’t let the medical aspects throw you…this is a great mystery story on its own. Try it!


The science (science fiction) is fascinating. The personal relationships are complex. The overall narrative has many unexpectant twists and turns that takes the reader on a roller coaster ride, emotionally. Even the philosophical and ethical questions raised stirs the mind to its limits. It reminds me of the Millennium Series books ( Girl with the Dragon Tatoo and sequels) but played out with surgeons, PAs, and medical business people, rather super-gifted computer geeks.


I’m not someone who typically reads about medicine or doctors, but this book grabbed me from page one and kept me hooked. Dr. Curtis Eisner is the perfect character/vehicle to take the reader on a tour of the real world of medicine. 


I normally don’t choose to read books with a medical theme, or at least don’t make it past the first chapter, but this one drew me in. Despite his obvious genius, the main character is relatable. I was pulling for him as he wrestled with the medical/industrial establishment, his family obligations, and his own intense drive to simply do good and make a profound change on people’s lives. Curtis’s blunders lend humor, and the technical conversation is actually very engaging. The detailed descriptions of medical and meta-medical procedures drew the view from an OR observation window clearly in my mind, and the dull frustration of suits, egos, and boardrooms resonated. Then what seemed to be a fairy tale ending turned into a nightmare.

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Book Synopsis

Curtis Eisner is a brilliant neurosurgeon, with a gift for seeing mathematical patterns in nature. This gift allows him to find an innovative way to fix spinal cord injuries. However, his dream of saving the world’s para and quadriplegics, becomes maliciously entangled in the American medical-business complex. What happens when Mack Pendleton, a billionaire financier, takes Dr. Eisner’s genius in a new and dark direction? Can Becky, his wife, or Bryan Rogers, a surgical PA, save Curtis and his dream before it is too late? #Waters of Bimini.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

J. Michael Jones has published more than thirty articles in national and international journals, and this is his fifth book. He lives in Anacortes with his wife Denise. Between them, they have successfully raised five great children. They have traveled the world looking for wisdom, adventure, and creativity. Mike has practiced medicine as a Neurology PA for thirty-six years. His experience of trying to practice compassionate medicine, within the complex world of American medical business, is the watershed for the medical thriller, The Waters of Bimini.