Author William V. Healey marks his debut in the world of literature with a fast-paced, action-packed novel, "OSPREY". This tale suffused with political intrigue unfolds across continents and will take readers alongside richly drawn characters who each have a role to play in an impending international cataclysm.
The President of the United States and his Chinese counterpart are working in close cooperation against Russia. An assassination plot is hatched but there will be consequences for both sides. Enmeshed in the turmoil are Peter Williamson and the Soviet key man, Sudenov. The interactions of these men, their families and the decisions they make will determine the outcome of a plan that could change the course of world history.
Moving along a sophisticated and politically charged narrative, "OSPREY" is at once an intricately plotted saga of people caught between the machinations of the world's superpowers and a gripping exploration of the dark undercurrents of politics.
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William V. Healey M.D. was born and raised in Manhattan where he graduated from Loyola School before going to Princeton University for his Bachelor of Arts degree. In 1956, he received his medical degree from Columbia and, after active duty in the U.S. Navy, subsequently served on its staff until 1977 when he was recruited to come to Texas. He was a Clinical Professor of Surgery, maintaining his private practice before retiring in 1995. Healey has four sons and one daughter. He and his wife of thirty-five years, Celia, live in San Antonio, Texas. He has written some fifty articles in professional and lay journals, including being published four times on the Op-Ed page of the Wall Street Journal. "OSPREY" is his first novel.
OSPREY * by William V. Healey M.D.
Publication Date: October 5, 2012
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