"(Pearson) combines his medical and Memphis experiences to create Branch’s world, a place of both physical and emotional heat that keeps the good doctor and his associates on the scalpel’s edge of peril."
- Chris Scott, Chapter 16
He's on the surgical faculty at Vanderbilt, a school well-known for it's literary associations, which makes Pearson and Vanderbilt a good fit: the surgeon/novelist teaches students on the imporatance of a patient's narrative.
- Memphis Magazine
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—Kathryn Fox, international best-selling author of Bloodborn