Retired physician Mabry crafts a thrilling tale of medical forensics coupled with identity theft in his latest addition to the Prescription for Trouble series. Dr. Anna McIntyre’s day goes into a tailspin when, immediately following the shocking death of a patient, she is confronted by the Drug Enforcement Administration. Later her credit cards are denied after being maxed out by an unknown thief. Told from the perspective of a medical doctor in fear for her practice and, eventually, her life, Mabry’s tale provides an engaging and instructive look into medical forensics. Fast-paced, pleasingly arcane, and laced with traces of subdued faith and romance, this should satisfy fans of medical suspense, and readers who enjoy edgy inspirational fiction. --Elizabeth Ponder
About the Author
Richard L. Mabry, MD, is a retired physician and medical school professor who achieved worldwide recognition as a clinician, researcher and teacher before turning his talents to non-medical writing after his retirement.
He is the author of four published novels of medical suspense. One of them, Medical Error, was a finalist for the 2011 Carol Award of the American Christian Fiction Writers. His most recent novel and final in the Prescription for Trouble series, is Lethal Remedy.
Richard and his wife live in North Texas, where, when he’s not writing or trying to improve his golf game, he stays busy being the world’s best grandfather.