About the Book
What’s a young doctor to do when his primary charge is a young man like Tom Swift? Or, to be accurate, what if that person IS Tom Swift? One of the nation’s top inventors and scientists, and also the target of thugs. spies and his own over-exuberance, Tom is Doc Simpson’s most frequent patient. It is a distinction Doc would much rather the boy not have.
Beginning when Tom was just sixteen, Doc has been stitching his various cuts, gashes and slashes, x-raying more fractures and concussions than anyone should receive in a whole lifetime, and performed at least a half dozen operations, two of which have been to repair life-threatening damage. Still, Tom bounces back, much to Doc’s amazement. And, everyone elses.
This is a collection of some of those times where Tom came in broken and Doc sent
him back out into the world all fixed up!