Henry Rex Greene is a retired physician living in Florida with his wife Mary Jo and two Bichons. He practiced in Los Angeles for 25 years and was recognized as one of LA’s best doctors. He also was active in professional leadership roles in his career. He has written three novels of medicine during the tumultuous sixties-seventies: The Class of 1969, Thirteen Months a Year, and Stone Mother. His hobbies are writing, gardening, and politics.