William Lynes, MD is a Stanford University trained, Board Certified Urologist. Retired now from private practice he is a writer of fiction.

In Huntsville , the dysfunctional urologist, Lee W. Hickok treats a brutal death-row murderer whose life change post-operative event changes his and Lee W's life forever.

In The Plumber, Lee W. Hickok is faced with a growing number of cases where a kidney has been removed from a skid-row patient by a surgeon that calls himself the Plumber.  Here Hickok must solve and reveal the culprit. 

In Sweet Amber Lee W. Hickok is under the influence when he operates on an influential Texan.  The death of the patient ignites examination of his alcoholism, placing blame on the urologist. 

In his new suspense novel, 606 University, an heiress plunges to her death during a debauched fraternity party.  The alcoholic urologist, Lee W. Hickok the sole witness.  It is a who-done-it surrounding the fall, push, or jump that keeps this fast paced mystery moving. 

In  Luger Rounds, he takes readers into a hospital where a murderer lies in wait for a next victim.

Pirates, Scoundrels, and Kings is a novel of adventure and fantasy set in an illusionary medieval world. Here good prevails over evil, and a young boy finds the meaning of faith in God.

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