Dr. Gideon Box might be a pig of a man, but he’s also the surgeon of last resort for hopeless case infants other doctors have given up on. Over the past six years 72 children have been wheeled into his operating room with no chance of surviving, and yet Box saved them all.
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But now his winning streak is in danger because the world’s deadliest assassin, Donovan Creed, has hatched a plan to stop a deadly terrorist from blowing up Wall Street. Can you see where this is going? In order for Creed’s plan to succeed, Dr. Box has to make certain his next patient—the terrorist’s son—dies in the operating room.
Box has only one redeeming quality: he won’t allow any child to die while under his care, even if it means tens of thousands of innocent Americans will lose their lives. Knowing that the penalty for defying Creed is certain death, Box turns to the one person on Earth he believes can neutralize the assassin while he works to save the child. Amazingly, she agrees to help him. But will it be enough?
PRELIMINARY COMMENTS FOR "BOXED IN!"
"I dare you to read this book and tell me that John Locke has an ounce of sanity—and I mean that as a compliment!"
"I’ve asked it before, I’ll ask it again: How does John come up with this stuff? Highly entertaining!"
"Boxed In is Gideon Box at his snarky best. I’d say more if I could figure out where to start. Get it, enjoy it, and pray for Mr. Locke."