Gary Reed is author of two novels, A Fatal Cell Phone Video (2016) and The Blockbuster Drug (2015). Before becoming a novelist, Mr. Reed was a practicing attorney. Most recently, he served as Associate General Counsel for Humana Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky. In that role, he managed the team that handled the company's internal investigations and litigation nationally. Before that, he created the legal department for ChoiceCare Health Plans, Inc. in Cincinnati. He began his career with a large law firm in Cincinnati, where he handled product liability and insurance coverage litigation in courts around the country. As an attorney, he made numerous presentations and published professional articles. Mr. Reed did his undergraduate work at Xavier University in Cincinnati. He obtained his law degree from The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He currently lives in Northern Kentucky.
The Blockbuster Drug may be just the prescription for the reader looking for a smart, suspenseful novel set against the background of some of today’s cutting-edge medical and legal issues. Set largely inside a major health plan located in Cincinnati, this novel explores the dependent — but often contentious — relationships among health plans, drug… [Read More]
A FATAL CELL PHONE VIDEO is a legal thriller involving a documentary-making class, a young Cincinnati attorney handling his first murder trial, and a prosecutor running for higher office on an anti-immigration, anti-Muslim platform. Athough the case centers on a cell phone video, there’s also a frustrated middle-aged cop, a pair of serial killers, a human trafficking… [Read More]
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