Monday, April 14, 2014

Critical Condition - A Review

A Review

Dr. Mabry has added another well-written book to my library.  

Shannon Frasier is “almost engaged” - she just has not said “yes” yet.  Her suiter appears to be willing to wait, but for how long?  She had through it before - an engagement that is.  It was terminated when her fiance had   been shot in front of her during medical school and she could do nothing to save him.  And now it was happening again.

But before that could happen, there was another murder - and detective Steve Alston becomes infatuated with Shannon even as she and her sister were suspects in this most recent case of murder.

It would take some clever work on the part of Steve and his partner, Jesse Callaway, working with Shannon and her sister, Megan, to get to the bottom of this murder and a number of others.

The author’s faith comes out throughout the book - in the lives and events which make this book so readable.  To the reader looking for a medical mystery that will hold his or her attention, from beginning to end, Critical Condition may be just the book that is needed.  

This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review.  The opinions expressed are my own.

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