Geoffrey M. Cooper is a retired cancer researcher and scientific administrator, having held positions at Harvard Medical School and Boston University, as professor, department chair, and associate dean. He is the author of several scientific texts and is now using his experience in academic medicine as background for writing fiction.
His first novel, The Prize, is a medical thriller dealing with scientific fraud during research on Alzheimer’s disease. It has been recognized by Readers’ Favorite and National Indie Excellence Awards.
His second, Nondisclosure, follows a case of sexual harassment that progresses to rape and murder.
He lives and writes in Ogunquit, Maine.
- The Prize
- Nondisclosure: A Medical Thriller