Sunday, July 27, 2014

critical condition review

"Critical Condition" by Richard Mabry is a murder mystery that keeps you turning the pages.  Shannon is a doctor that has PTSD from the shooting and killing of her boyfriend when she had just begun medical school ten years ago.  Currently Shannon's sister, Megan, has come to live with Shannon.  Megan is an addict that is nothing been trouble.  One day before she shows up to live with Shannon, a man is shot on Shannon's lawn.  Two days after that, Megan's former live-in boyfriend is shot as well.  Coincidence?  The police don't think so.  Megan appears to be in this up to her eyeballs.  While all this is unfolding, Mark, Shannon's 'almost-fiance', is being supportive, but just how much is a man supposed to take?
This is some good writing.  Mabry is an MD himself, so the medical world in the book has a very realistic feel to it.  Anyone with "that relative" will completely understand the Megan saga.  Including the "why is Shannon taking all of this" feeling that keeps playing.  The characters are great and the creep factor won't let go.  I recommend this book.  I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from

No comments:

Post a Comment