Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Terrific thriller

Once a Liberal Arts major in French Literature, J.A. Schneider, a former staffer at Newsweek, brings aspects of her fascination with medicine, forensic science, and human psychology into her gripping thrillers. I am honored that she read my work. This is what she says about my medical thriller, Overdose:
September 17, 2019
This third in a stunning series had me glued to the page. Ash has been out of her coma for a few months when dizziness and headaches require her to re-visit her neurosurgeon, Dr. Patel. He is an unnerving man whose history includes a 10-years-ago mysterious medical mission to India, and the recent suicide of his wife. Ash wants to know if her symptoms result from Patel’s treatment, and agrees to dine with him to find out more. Something alarming happens at the end of their “date,” and Ash immediately texts her boyfriend, Michael. The two investigate to get to the truth about Patel in a medical thriller that has a great plot with some terrific twists.

The first two in this series, “Coma Confidential" and "Virtually Lace" kept me up late reading, and “Overdose,” even more so. Ash is a strong, smart woman who is also likeable and often quite humorous in her observations. From the first page I was engrossed, and the pace never lagged. Highly recommended, five stars!

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