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Drug Money: A Novel Paperback – July 20, 2012
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About the Author
About the Author Brenda J. Carlton lives in Collegeville, Pennsylvania with her husband Robert. She was born in Philadelphia in 1954, grew up between Coatesville, PA, and “Amish Country” and received a BS in Biology from Muhlenberg College in 1976. She has been at various times and in no particular order, a laboratory technician, a pharmaceutical development manager and consultant, a statistician, a small craft business owner, a mother of two and stepmother of four, grandmother of six, a waitress, a mental hospital aide, a National Merit Scholar, an amateur painter, a home remodeling do-it-yourselfer, an avid reader, an occasional philosopher, now a fledgling author, and always throughout it all, an passionate gardener. She has just finished her second book, comprised of three parallel novels and entitled THE ACCIDENT AT 13th AND JEFFERSON.
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This book initially grabbed me, and I couldn't read fast enough. But it seemed to become, for me, a bit tedious as the story continued: Joanne, Gerry and their great-grandfather's pharmaceutical company, Nightingale. I ended up basically scimming most of the book, continuing to look for the initial, fast pace but didn't quite find it. Overall, a very good story and easy to follow, especially if you like books of the medical thriller nature.