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ONE WEEK ONLY: “Smart, scary science thriller” Reversion by @ScienceThriller Amy Rogers is free. Get yours from your favorite ebook retailer, and please post a review if you can. ScienceThrillers.com welcomes Dr. James Marshall Smith, an expert on nuclear terrorism … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com welcomes physician and novelist Freida McFadden (AKA Dr. Fizzy McFizz, creator of “A Cartoon Guide to Becoming a Doctor“) to tell us about her latest medical thriller, and the odd neurologic deficit at the heart of the story. Brain … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers welcomes Brian O’Grady, neurosurgeon, triathlete, and author of Hybrid and a new thriller The Unyielding Future. There are forces at play.Forces that can prevent massacres…or cause them. Stop murderers in their tracks…or inspire them. Save the world…or destroy it. … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com book review of The Afflictions by Vikram Paralkar. Publication date: October 31, 2014 Category: fiction essay; medical fiction; literary fiction Summary (from the publisher): Shadowing an elderly librarian on his first day at the great Central Library, Máximo is thrilled to get … Continue reading
Independently published by author; no star rating given for indies. Summary: (medical/political thriller) It’s a bad day for Minnesota when the building housing the University of Minnesota’s neurology department blows up, taking the lives of a group of brilliant medical … Continue reading