Michael Palmer, sadly deceased, is credited as the co-author of this novel. The reason is quite clear; Michael, a medical doctor, utilized the format of medical thrillers in his own novels. 305 more words
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Synopsis: Dr. Julie Devereux is an outspoken advocate for the right to die–until a motorcycle accident leaves her fiancé, Sam Talbot, a quadriplegic. 564 more words
The focus of my blog is to review book series and not individual novels, but writers are going to continue writing novels within a series even after I have done my review, so I plan on reviewing the individual novels as they come into circulation. 593 more words
Coward’s Paradise by the late Christopher Hodder-Williams, is his standalone 1970s-era contemporary science fiction proto-technothriller which was an early precursor to the modern mainstream bestselling blockbuster variety of such, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press’ Venture imprint. 306 more words
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