Posted on 2015/06/02 by LKH
Can Mark find out who the shooter is before he becomes the next victim? You won’t want to miss the suspense in Richard Mabry’s new book, Fatal Trauma. Facing an adversary whose desires are dark and efforts are ruthless, Mark finds himself under suspicion as a killer, yet still a potential victim. When he turns to his high school sweetheart, attorney Gwen Woodruff, for help, Kelly helplessly looks on, as she hides her own feelings for the good doctor.
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Dr. Mark Baker and Kelly Atkinson are found in the ER during the opening scene, trying to save the life of a Zeta drug cartel member, however they fail. Also losing the life of police officer Ed Purvis as he put his life on the line also trying to protect so many, is Fatal Trauma by Richard L. Mabry, MD
This book never slows down from here
At the risk of sounding like a clichés’. This book has it all, espionage, murder, accusatory policemen, love, and everything else that keeps you on the edge of your seat, Did Mark and Key murder someone? Or is someone trying to set them up for murder?
This book will stay in a “clean read” catagory for me based on no sexual content, the language was very appropriate. While the violence is not described other than in medical terms usually, there is a lot of violence implied. So that alone might tturn some away from this book. However, the implications of violence are so brief in each aspect of it, it is easy to get by it.
The one constant in this book is that several people rely on their relationship with Christ however the author never takes the time to build any single character’s relationship with Christ, in a grand way.
It’s usually always an after thought. That is disappointing to me because I was expecting more. While this one thing was disappointing I can honestly recommend this book!
I mean, how can you get through a day without calling on Christ when you are accused of murder, people are trying to murder you and you are losing so much also. The only Bible reference is Roman’s 8:28
Romans 8:28. ‘And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to His purpose for them
Richard L. Mabry, MD has put together a very good mystery/thriller and he is an author I will be reading more of his work. I can see his books become favorites quickly! This was a basically clean read, except for the things I have commented on so far. I loved the medical facts being used, in every aspect. I mean from the correct dosages of medications to the exact terminology of a procedure or medical instrument. I also loved that he explained the things that may have been difficult to understand.
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