Monday, February 28, 2011

REVIEW: Diagnosis Death by Richard L. Mabry

Here is my review of this fantastic medical suspense novel:

First of all, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank you” to Richard L. Mabry and his publisher for sending me an electronic copy of "Diagnosis Death" to review for them. I am truly grateful for this opportunity and their generosity.

I am thrilled to be traveling back to Dainger, Texas. “Diagnosis Death” is the third novel in the Prescription for Trouble series by Richard L. Mabry. This medically authentic and entertaining novel follows Dr. Elena Gardner, recently widowed and experiencing the stresses of being alone as well as the guilt over discontinuing life support for her comatose husband. She is also being terrorized by an unknown woman who calls her in the middle of the night weeping.

When her post-education career plans fall through at the last minute, Elena is at her wits’ end until she is recommended for a position with Dr. Cathy Sewell in Dainger, Texas. We first met Dr. Sewell in Mabry’s first novel in the Prescription for Trouble series. But then the threatening letters begin, and another “mercy killing” takes place and looks remarkably like what Dr. Gardner did for her husband. Now, her integrity is in question and may cost her this new job.

This remarkably suspenseful novel is an emotional thrill ride. I thoroughly enjoyed the first book I read to review on my Kindle!

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