About the product What made Arthur Haley so popular that it makes millions of people return to his works again and again? It’s simple: in all his books, as if under a microscope, he studied a variety of professional communities of people … Bank, hotel, airport, newspaper office, hospital, plane, police station, — Haley forces the reader to become one of the employees, one of the cogs of the car making up a single whole. His novels can be read for the sake of a captivating, poignant plot, but the main thing in them is always people. People in whose place each of us could be. Their reactions. Their passions, intrigues, their love and hate, their selfishness, courage — and will to live. They are doctors. Good doctors. Too good … Too good not to be completely honest … In order not to lose great love … In order not to avoid eternal troubles … In order not to suffer and not suffer because of someone else’s pain … … And doctors become heroes. People who find a way out of desperate situations. Because the courage of a physician is the most potent medicine.