Tess Gerritsen - Book Series In OrderTess Gerritsen is one of the premier authors in the medical and crime thriller genres. She is a dynamic and multi-talented writer, and her published material contains bright instances of humor as well as dark and intricate plots, astounding technical elements and exceptional attention to detail. She enjoys fiddling and gardening at her home in New England, and is married to Dr. Jacob Gerritsen, M. Together they have two children, both sons. She went on to earn her medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco in the year
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Tess Gerritsen is an American novelist and physician who started out writing romantic suspense novels before moving onto medical thrillers in with Harvest.
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Tess Gerritsen born June 12, is an American novelist and retired physician. Tess Gerritsen is the child of a Chinese immigrant and a Chinese-American seafood chef. While on maternity leave, she submitted a short story to a statewide fiction contest in the magazine Honolulu. Gerritsen claimed the story allowed her to deal with her own childhood turmoil, including the repeated suicide attempts of her mother. Inspired by the romance novels she enjoyed reading while working as a doctor, Gerritsen's first novels were romantic thrillers. In , Gerritsen wrote Harvest , her first medical thriller. He told her young orphans were vanishing from Moscow streets, and police believed the kidnapped children were being shipped abroad as organ donors.