Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Book Review: CODE 936

Looking for a great read? I just finished reading a new medical thrilller "Code 936 " by Bill Kimbrell. I found the book to be a fast paced adventure. From the beginning prologue, you are drawn into James Cantrill's world. James Cantrill is a hard working businessman who is unexpectedly fired. Does it have to do with the defective medical device? Who is behind it and why have his friends betrayed him? I throughly enjoyed the book!

From the back cover:
Powerfully evocative and steeped in international intrigue, CODE 936 is a riveting expose of the IRS tax code, corporate greed, medical fraud, torture, corporate corruption, and managed healthcare. It is also a story of love, undaunted courage, and a spirtual triumph.

About the Author:
Bill Kimbrell spent 31 years building his own surgical equipment business. Code 936 is his first novel. He grew up in Greenville, Mississippi and graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. . During his career, he was appointed Ethics Chairman for the entire United States for his professional organization, a position he held for over twelve years. Long an advocate for integrity and ethical leadership, Mr. Kimbrell conducted ethics seminars across the country, which resulted in the first certified Code of Ethics in the medical device industry.

The book is available in paperback for $10.89 at
Amazon .
** I was provided a free review copy of this book. The thoughts presented are my own. **


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