The Target List Novel

WAND is a revolutionary new medical tool that cures diseased tissues in human beings without the use of drugs or surgery. Ten years in design and production, the technology has a 95% success rate in curing most forms of cancer in animals and human beings.

The brainchild of 48-year-old Harvard Medical School graduate, Clyde Daniel, WAND (Wave-Altering-Nanoparticle-Disrupter) is going to move the profession of medicine out of the dark ages and into something that closely resembles science fiction.

That is, unless the pharmaceutical industry, which stands to lose billions of dollars in lost drug revenues, can intervene with its hired assassins and destroy the technology and its team of creators before it ever has a chance to see the light of day.

Book Reviews:

Reviewed By Donna Gielow McFarland for Readers’ Favorite

The Target List contains nonstop action from the first page to the last. It is a short read and I couldn’t put it down. Dr. Reizer perfectly maintains a high level of suspense throughout the novel and I enjoyed that every time Clyde and Donna think they are finally safe, the reader knows they’re not. The plot is well thought out and at least somewhat plausible, especially for readers who entertain conspiracy theories (people who like conspiracy theories are going to love this book!). But you don’t have to believe in conspiracy theories to enjoy The Target List. This medical thriller is entertaining, compact and well-written. Reizer keeps it relatively clean, so I recommend The Target List for all readers, YA and up, especially those who enjoy a good thriller.

An Amazon Reviewer:

“This book is the ultimate conspiracy theory novel!”

“It’s a bite-sized thriller that grips you before you even finish the prologue.”



3 thoughts on “The Target List Novel

  1. Gina Flores July 8, 2019 / 12:17 pm

    Great book!
    Best one you’ve written so far.
    Should be made into a movie.

    • NoFakeNews July 9, 2019 / 5:11 pm

      The reason I wrote this particular story was to make more people aware of what’s happening in the healthcare industry. I am excited people are reading the novel. Thanks for reading it and passing it on to others.

      I wish a magic WAND really existed that could instantly wipe out all the diseases currently plaguing humanity. How cool would that be.

      • Kenneth T. August 29, 2019 / 9:19 pm

        It may have already been invented, but I’m thinking “that” particular story had a much different ending.

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