Geoffrey M. Cooper is an award-winning author of medical thrillers. His experience as a former cancer researcher and scientific administrator—having held positions at Harvard Medical School and Boston University, as professor, department chair, and associate dean—now provides extensive background for his novels. He lives in Ogunquit, Maine.

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  1. Mr. Cooper, my name is Bill Bushnell, the book reviewer for the Kennebec Journal and Central Maine Morning Sentinel. I am writing to request a review copy of your new novel, “Nondisclosure.” My review column, “Bushnell on Books,” features books by Maine authors and your novel might be a nice fit for a future column. Would you please consider sending me a review copy?
    Of course, I cannot guarantee it will be selected for review and review copies are not returned. If this is acceptable, you may send it to my editor: Ms. Sharon Wood, Kennebec Journal, 36 Anthony Avenue, Augusta, ME 04330, phone (207) 621-5690. Or if you prefer, you may send it directly to me: Bill Bushnell, 133 Gurnet Landing Road, Harpswell, ME 04079, phone (207) 729-5285.
    Thank you for considering this request.
    Best wishes, Bill Bushnell


  2. I just received a notice that you have a new book coming out. I can’t wait to read it. Your first book was wonderful. Let me know the next time you are in Boston ( it seems you have moved to Maine?/




  3. Please let me know the order of your books. I have only read The Prize and loved it. I have Nondisclosure and Forever but have not read them yet because I want to know if they are the first two in your series.
    I just downloaded Bad Medicine which states it’s the 3rd in a series. What are the names of the first two?


      1. Thanks for your prompt reply! I have started Nondisclosure and am already intrigued. Based on The Prize, there is no doubt that I will enjoy all of your books. Keep writing!
        Aloha, Bonnie


  4. Dr. Cooper ,
    Thoroughly enjoyed Bad Medicine and look forward to reading the other Parker/ Richmond books. I will do so this summer while sitting on the north end of Wells beach, where I live. If you’re ever on Atlantic Ave and see Serendipity (481) stop by and say hello.
    For research purposes Thursday and Sunday evening s and Sunday afternoons during Patriot’s season sees the “usual “ bunch around the bar.
    Drinks of choice are one of Ethan or Craig’s martinis and the broiled Halibut is a must.
    Who knows, may turn up in a book some day?
    Continued success. Vince


  5. Just finished all three of Brad & Carol novels. Loved them. You brought the reader in quickly with your writing & character development excellent. The plot was great with twists and I love the amount of food Karen eats. Very enjoyable. Ready for your next one & passing on. Thank you


  6. Saw “Ill Intent” in a Booksends email, then used Amazon’s “Look inside” to read the beginning. When I saw Drakes Island mentioned, I had to buy it. I spent part of many summers there in the sixties and seventies, as my grandmother had a house at the north/Kennebunk end of the island. I loved the story, and will now read the rest of your novels. Thanks for sharing them.


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