Friday, May 2, 2014

Critical Condition by Richard L. Mabry, M.D.


 If you're not familiar with the works of Richard L. Mabry, M.D. and love medical suspense fiction then you need to run out and grab some of his books. He writes the perfect mystery. Critical Condition is his latest and I could not put this book down. Started it in the morning during my treadmill workout and finished it before I fell asleep later that night. Just enough suspense to keep me alert but not freak the daylights out of me and make me want to sleep with a light on. Just enough romance to make me teary eyed. Just enough mystery to keep me guessing as to whether or not the people closest to the main character could be trusted. Just enough of everything. 
It even had just the right number of characters. Sometimes too many characters makes me put a book down (for good). I don't want to have to keep flipping back or refer to a chart to remember who is who.
This book was really good. I hate to use such simple words, but I truly did enjoy it. Don't miss it!

Here's the back cover so you can see what it's all about:





This book was provided for review by LitFuse

2 comments:

Sue W said...

Suzanne, Discovered your blog when I posted my own review of Critical Condition. It looks like we've read and reviewed same books more than once. I blog at Thoughts from Mill Street. http://www.thoughtsfrommillstreet.blogspot.com

Hope you stop by regularly. I will stop by your blog, too.

Richard Mabry said...

Thanks so much for your review. I'm glad you liked Critical Condition, and I hope your blog readers will, as well.