The Kindle Book Review: "...truly scary and chilling with an intense storyline and non-stop action. Itgoes at a breakneck pace with few lulls to let you catch your breath."
Trista Borgwardt: "These books really have quite a few amazing dynamics. First is Jill andDavid's relationship. We have been able to watch it grow and blossominto a deep and serious relationship. Jill is emotional, stubborn, reckless, intuitive, and brilliant - and the teamwork of these two doctors with the police is amazing."
From the Author
J.A. (Joyce Anne) Schneider is a former staffer at Newsweek. Once a Liberal Arts major (French Lit), she has become increasingly fascinated with medicine and forensic science. Decades of being married to a physician who loves explaining medical concepts and reliving his experiences means there'll be medical concepts even in "regular" thrillers that she writes. She lives with her family in Connecticut, USA, and loves to hear from her readers. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or come say hi at facebook.com/joyce.schneider.142?fref=ts
- Embryo ..... Is a malignant genius tinkering with women's bodies?
- Embryo 2: Crosshairs ... A killer stalks women & an unborn baby.
- Embryo 3: Raney & Levine...A murderous religious zealot threatens women ("sinners!") and a newborn.
- Embryo 4: Catch Me ... A serial killer just targets couples.
- Embryo 5: Silver Girl ... A beautiful young TV star dies mysteriously...
- EMBRYO 6: RAZOR SHARP: A Jack the Ripper type killer is murdering male prostitutes, with the exception of one vulnerable young woman. Why? Police ask Jill and David to help investigate...
What created the idea for the first Embryo?
The idea came like a lightening bolt when hearing a conversation betweenJ.A.'s husband (who did OB before switching to Cardiology), and anOb/Gyn friend who was excited about IVF and its advances in curingdiseases in utero. As an author who had already published fiction andnon-fiction, J.A. thought about all human discoveries - from fire toatomic energy - and the fact that they can be either good or very bad if they fall into the wrong hands. It was a thought that wouldn't let go.