Category Archives: Sudden Death

An interesting read

“I make it a practice to check the length of an ebook before I purchase. This one fooled me. It ended quite abruptly and way too soon. Then I read the appendices. The author had taken a unique approach with this book. The plot and then the backstory. She combined a mystery with a conspiracy that reached all the way to the White House. It was an interesting for me since I am a fan of the Robin Cook medical thrillers.. It also reminded me of the Dr. G Medical Investigator series on TV. It would be interesting to see […]

Interesting Style

Interesting Style “This author has an interesting style for telling this story. Although it was a short story, the additional letters written by the main character and the interview type Q & A at the end gave the character and story more depth. Needless to say, the way the author told the story kept my interest until the very end. Well done.” Review of Sudden Death by Heather Quinton (Toronto, Ontario). 5/5 stars.  

Magnificent Medical Mystery

Magnificent Medical Mystery “Have you ever read a book that’s so engaging that you just don’t want it to end? This is that book. “Why Are My Patients Dying?” [renamed as SUDDEN DEATH] introduces Dr. Tess Scott, a young doctor in charge of a small hospital Emergency Room. Dr. Scott must track down what is causing a series of patients to die mysteriously. Her search soon uncovers something more than coincidental, something quite sinister … Dr. Scott is immediately established as a caring, inquisitive, and thoroughly likable person. The story is fast paced and exciting, and leaves you wanting more. […]