Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Review: Critical Condition


Critical Condition by Richard Mabry, M.D. is a suspense filled story with a host of interesting characters. Medical mysteries are some of my favorite novels to read so I was thrilled to get a chance to review this book!

Dr Shannon Frasier is enjoying some time off with some of her other surgeon friends when a shot is heard outside her house. They all run outside to see how they can help the injured man, but it is too late. All the memories come rushing back to Shannon of another fateful night years ago. Her fiance's death from a gunshot wound, her inability to help him, her fear of guns ever since, and her inability to be in a committed relationship with her boyfriend, Dr. Mark Gilbert.

Then Shannon's sister, Meghan, gets pulled into the mystery when her ex-boyfriend gets killed, too. Will they be able to get out from the scrutiny of the police or will one of them be arrested?

I really enjoy Dr. Mabry's mysteries. They are so well planned and thought out, and I never want to stop reading them. This book is no exception! It reeled me in right  from the beginning and kept get better and better. It wasn't too hard to figure out, but Shannon? She definitely kept me guessing. I wasn't sure if she would stay with her boyfriend or go out with the detective. I liked the uncertainty. :-) If you enjoy suspenseful fiction, you will definitely want to check this book out.

I was given this book free from Booklook Bloggers in exchange for an honest review.

Here's some extra links. :-)

Author's Website
Author's Blog

Here's the link if you would like to buy this book. :-)

Critical Condition

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