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L.J. resides in Eugene, Oregon where many of her novels are set, and she's an award-winning journalist who earned the Grand Neal. When not plotting murders, she enjoys standup comedy, cycling, social networking, and attending mystery conferences. She's also been known to jump out of airplanes.
For more about L.J., visit her website: http://ljsellers.com
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The Lethal Effect
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But her plans are derailed when she discovers the company's new antidrepressant drug, Nexapra, has proven fatal for some Hispanics involved in the drug study. She hopes someone higher up will come forward with this information, but after that proves to be impossible, Sula becomes involved in seeking the truth about Nexapra and bringing it to light.
Soon her job is on the line, then her life, as she deals with Prolabs' arrogant CEO, Karl Rudker. He has too much to lose if Sula succeeds and he is determined that she won't.
Sellers has created an intriguing premise, a strong female protagonist, and a complex villain. Definitely worth reading.
The Suicide Effect is the first book by L.J. Sellers that I have read and it came to me as a complimentary copy from Bookrooster.com in exchange for my personal review. The author, L.J. Sellers, presents a case for stricter guidelines for drug testing and record keeping in this thriller. Sula is the PR person at a pharmaceutical company where she is attempting to put some order back in her life after making mistakes that put her little boy in a foster home.
The suspense begins in the first 5 pages when she suspects the director of the company of covering up a serious side effect of a new antidepressant drug. Antidepressants are one of the fastest growing markets in the world. This drug company knows that most of us want a quick fix and pay little attention to reported side effects.
From the onset Sula only desires order in her life so that she can get her little boy back. Instead she becomes a fugitive, moving her life into more chaos as she decides to expose the fatal side effect of this drug. The book moves the reader forward with short chapters and interesting characters.
The Suicide Effect will have you on the edge of your seat and making quick trips to the bathroom as you turn the pages, getting deeper into Sula's hopeless situation. This book is a wakeup call for those of us looking for a quick fix. If you love suspense thrillers or know someone who is on antidepressants this book is a must read for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've enjoyed most of L.J. Sellers books...and she is pretty prolific.Published 21 days ago by Hal Zina Bennett
2.5 stars- it was better than ok but not sure I can say I liked it. The flow of the story was a bit choppy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by CC vdM
Once again about the time I think I have this book figured out, it changed. Which is a double edge sword. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charles Blackman
Great read kept you on the edge all the time. A very enjoyable thriller .Published 4 months ago by Marilyn
Great book. Didn't want to put it down. Ending could lead into next book. Would recommend my friends read book.Published 8 months ago by grammi
It was very intense and a great subject. I just wish there was more to the ending. It felt a little abrupt and less detailed than the rest of the book.Published 8 months ago by cas
The unlikely heroine, who was one of the main characters had me hooked from the beginning. She had me rooting for her the entire time so much that I had a hard time putting my... Read morePublished 9 months ago by VM Brown
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