Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Book Blitz: Fractured Eden by Steven Gossington

Hello, everyone! Today is a quick little post to let you guys know about another pretty cool book that I'm actually tempted to check out myself! I just love a good mystery or thriller either in book or movie form so this one seems to be totally up my alley! I hope you guys enjoy reading about this book and maybe end up purchasing a copy for yourself. 

Special thanks to Sage's Blog Tours for hosting! Now you may read onward!

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Genre: Thriller

When a doctor loses everything and is forced to start over, he finds himself in a strange town filled with addiction and mental illness.

Dr. Aaron Rovsing, Family Practice Physician, is fired from his medical practice in Connecticut because of alleged incompetence. After he flees and starts over in a town in East Texas, he discovers that things are not as they first appear, and soon Aaron must combat the deranged and addicted minds of the townspeople.

Events take an even deadlier turn when he finds himself the next chosen victim of a serial killer who plans to add the doctor to his collection of skeletons. In this town of insanity and with a serial killer waiting to strike, how can Aaron manage to stay sane . . . and alive?
 

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About The Author:



Steven Gossington is an emergency room physician with over 30 years of patient care experience. He was an academic professor in emergency medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City for 11 years, and he published 20 book chapters and medical articles of original research. 

His enjoyment of mystery and suspense fiction and his love of writing led to his novel "Fractured Eden," a psychological suspense story in which he draws upon his extensive experience with mentally ill emergency room patients. This novel and his future fiction can be found at http://www.StevenGossington.com




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2 comments:

  1. A doctor on the loose whose intentions have changed for the worse? Now that sounds like a dangerous person! Intelligent people who go bad are always the most dangerous, in my opinion.

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    1. Oh yes, I couldn't agree more! It's just the perfect form of a 180 character wise :D

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