Doctor Bell Anthology

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Doctor Bell Anthology
:Tinnitus Terror Tales

Mature content not appropriate for young or sensitive readers.

Author: Jan L. Mayes

Category: Horror Thriller

Publication Date: April 6, 2017

Pages: 156 [27,500 words]

ASIN: B06Y3P7YWX ebook

Price: $1.49 ebook

ISBN-13: 978-1521267516 paperback

Trim: 5 x 8 inches

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Doctor Bell Anthology



Is Doctor Bell really the Best Tinnitus Cure Researcher in the world?

He has the trophy to prove it displayed in his office.

People are desperate to find the cure for ringing in their ears.

With horrifying consequences.

Get ready to meet the Doctor you’ll love to hate in this bundle of 14 different experiment adventures with Bell and his sidekick Baldy.


5 stars. What a fast-paced riot of a read! If there’s one book you pick up this year, this is it!


4 stars. A medical tale certainly coming from a different angle. The Dr Bell Anthology is well written and presented, with a well thought out story line. If you like a medical horror read then this is one for you as Dr Bell pursues his dream of becoming super rich by finding the next must have medical cure.


­­3 stars. A vivid horror of incompetence with a Machiavellian lead. If you are looking for a creepy set of horror stories about medical disasters, this is for sure worth your time. Leaves one shuddering. Also a bit of a lesson on blindly following authority.

 Included in this bundle:
Study 1: Desensitization
Desensitization, including different types of sound therapy, is commonly used to treat tinnitus.

Study 57: Isolation
Sensory deprivation tanks have long been used for various therapeutic effects.

Study 421: Rotary
Animal models show some tinnitus treatments delivered through the skull directly to the hearing system can be more effective than indirect treatments.

Study 2001: LB Protocol
Hirudotherapy has been used medicinally since ancient Roman times.

Study 2560: Unilateral
Scientists have studied removing or severing parts of the hearing system to cure tinnitus.

Study 3218: Severation
Organ donations have been successfully transplanted for medical treatment since 1954.

Subject Lottery
Doctor Bell contemplates how to make the most money from his tinnitus cure subjects.

Study 3219: Anastomosis
Anastomosis is a surgical technique used to make new connections between body structures.

Study 5907: Hair Cell Removal
Laser therapy is a popular tinnitus treatment in Europe.

Study 6452: Antidote
Ear specialists use intra-tympanic drug delivery injected through the eardrum for various hearing disorders.

Study 8049: Organs
Ear molds created with 3D printing are being used to grow new outer ears for humans.

Marquis de Sade Home
After being declared unfit to stand trial, Bell bides his time in a mental health facility planning the future direction of his experimental studies and plotting his escape.

Alexander Analytics
Robotics and artificial intelligence have exciting potential in scientific and medical research.

Robody Corp
Does Bell finally cure tinnitus in the end?

Anthology Factoids
Background facts about Doctor Bell’s infamous studies.

About the Author

Jan L. Mayes has had tinnitus for over 30 years. She is an audiologist and international Eric Hoffer Award winning author (Non-Fiction Health) for Tinnitus Treatment Toolbox (2010, 2012).  Yes, she has empathy for people with tinnitus. No, she has never done these experiments on her clients. She loves to hate Doctor Bell and his sidekick Baldy like everybody else.

Jan L. Mayes has been writing and blogging horror fiction and tinnitus-hyperacusis non-fiction for over 10 years. Her background in linguistics, audiology and adult education—combined with over 30 years of experience coping with ghosts, her own hyper ears, and plotting murders—have given her a broad base from which to approach many topics.

She is currently a member of The Writer’s Path writing club. Her writing has been featured at Tinnitus Today, Communique, and The Horror News Daily. Jan lives in the Pacific Northwest of Canada. She enjoys reading, cookies, needlework and deadheading, as should all right thinking people.

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