The Black Swan Event (ebook)

The Black Swan Event (ebook)

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After gaining fame on the reality show The Dental Apprentice, Dr. Michael Murphy settled down to practice as the clinical director of the Washington Center for Esthetic and Restorative Excellence, Murph expects peace and quiet in DC, but his plans are quickly altered. Together with his girlfriend, archeologist Carli Chamoun, they are invited to attend a State Dinner at the White House in honor of the new President, Franklin Buchanan, and his VP, Murph's old friend, Brooks Borlon. At the conclusion of the dinner, Murph and Carli are approached by a Secret Service Agent with the polite request that they join the President in the private quarters of the White House. It's an offer that they can't refuse. Arriving on the second floor residence, they find the President in excruciating pain, swearing a blue streak. After dinner, Frank Buchanan had retired to the Treaty Room to watch a baseball game, but an un-popped popcorn kernel had ruined his evening. It only took a few seconds for Murph to determine that the President had fractured a molar in half and that the only to relieve the pain was to take out the tooth. Murph and Carli bring the President and his personal protection detail to the dental clinic. After taking the necessary x-rays, Murph numbs the President up, relieving the pain. As he extracts the broken tooth, Murph makes a startling discovery. The molar extracted from the President has a peculiar pink cast to the enamel. Murph knows that only one thing causes pink-tooth . . . a root canal done using the sterilizing agent resorcinol. The only problem is that resorcinol is banned in the US and is used exclusively by dentists in . . . Russia. Murph and Carli are left with the burning question; If you suspect that the most powerful man in the world is not who he says he is, whom do you tell? Faced with the dilemma, Murph and Carli decide that they must solve the mystery themselves.

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