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Red was wrangling a pair of teenagers out of a nook when she recognized the doctor at the corner table. He was nearing the tail end of a latte, but she wanted to catch him before he sauntered out the door. Dr. Theodore Homa was tucking an interesting looking book she recognized in his satchel when she walked up. She asked him about it and working vacations. M3: Glad you stopped in today, Ted. Introduce yourself to the M3 Readers, book jacket style. TH: I am 66-year-old practicing primary care physician. I am the recipient of a heart transplant three years ago. While I was recovering, I became an author and wrote Archimedes’ Claw. I am passionate about practicing medicine, so that I make a difference. I am married to the same woman for 41 years and have three children and ten grandchildren. I am a faithful Christian.