I love a good thriller, and I have found that some of the best thriller authors are those who are in the medical profession. I just read "Critical Condition" by Richard L. Mabry, M.D. and he did not disappoint.
The story is full of twists and turns. A man gets shot on the lawn of Shannon Frasier's house just a day before her bad-news sister tries to move back in with her. Her father is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Things begin to happen to people her sister knows. And then Shannon is in the middle of all of it - not really knowing who all to trust or how to get out of this sticky situation. Meanwhile she has pretty much given up on her faith in God.
The book is one of those that is hard to put down. It's interesting and pulls you in. I love the medical stuff in the book - it's still simple enough for me to understand but intrigues me. I highly recommend this book.
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