Robert M. Reece M.D.

Author Robert Reece.

Bob Reece practiced, taught and did research in pediatrics for over forty years, specializing in diagnosis and of child abuse cases. He published nine textbooks, nearly fifty articles, and twenty-seven chapters. He founded and was Editor of The Quarterly Update from 1993 until 2017.

His debut novel, To Tell The Truth, describes a fictional case of a young babysitter charged with murder of a seven-month-old infant in her care.

In Double Blind Double Cross, he writes about surgeon Tom Barrett, a victim of PTSD and his experiences in a clinical trial of a new drug for PTSD. Tom and two fellow patients immerse themselves in a high stakes investigation that reveals a shocking answer.

In his novel Strong Medicine, Dr. Barrett shines a bright light on the pharmaceutical industry, uncovering practices that are unethical and illegal.

His latest novel, The Lewellyns, the author relates the story of a twentieth century family whose lives are buffeted by personal losses, two world wars, the Great Depression, family tragedies and triumphs. The distant drumbeat of world events punctuates the fast-moving narrative. Jack, the patriarch, and his wife Sarah, rear three children whose destinies are shaped by Jack’s own failed aspirations and Sarah’s steady determination and faith.
Based on a true story and told by Jack’s twin brother Cyrus, its tapestry is woven with invention of scenes and fictionalized dialogue. It is ultimately a story of redemption and resilience.

Robert M. Reece