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Reviewed by Donna Gielow McFarland for Readers' Favorite
The Target List by Dr. John Reizer is a fast-paced medical thriller set sometime in the not-too-distant future. A team of four colleagues invented WAND, a revolutionary medical device capable of curing diseases without drugs or surgery. WAND is about to receive FDA approval when two of the team members are murdered. The surviving members, Clyde and Donna, are forced to flee for their lives, unsure if they are being pursued by big pharma, the government, or both. Somebody hired top rated hitmen to go after them. They suspect that the problem is how WAND technology will revolutionize the whole field of medical treatment forever, and that’s going to cost people who benefit by making money from expensive drugs and procedures a lot of money.
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.