This review is for the book "Medical Judgment" by Richard L. Mabry. I have read several other books by Mabry in the past couple of years, and I have always enjoyed them and looked forward to reading more by him. Unfortunately, this one was not nearly as impressive to me.
In this book, someone is after Dr. Sarah Gordon. Her husband and daughter were tragically killed in a car accident that wasn't even their fault, and while she is trying to mourn them, someone is obviously after her. They set fire to her house, they are stalking her, and leaving eerie messages on her phone, to name just a few things. Meanwhile, she is being "helped" a little too much by a friend of her husband's, Kyle, and the detective on the case. Honestly, those two guys were what turned me off of the book. They totally creeped me out. They were both really pushy with her, especially her late husband's friend. I just felt like the story line didn't need the men to be so pushy and weird with Sarah. They could have had feelings for her without being overboard. But I guess it was supposed to add to the story and the "whodunit" factor.
This was not my favorite book from Mabry, but I will continue to look for more of his books in the future, because I have enjoyed so many of his others.
Thank you to Litfuse Publicity for a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review.