Book Review: Doctor’s Dilemma

27 Mar

Dr. Tyler Gentry had it all planned out, but the death of his parents in a plane crash changed everything. When he discovered his father had left him a mountain of debt, piled on top of his own student debt, the offer from Dr. William Hall to join his group of surgeons seemed a perfect solution. But the night before he was to start, Tyler received a call that told him to get out while he could. Despite the salary and perks, Tyler found a curtain of mystery surrounding the surgical group. The only thing that made it worthwhile was the lovely operating room nurse, Ashley Wynn, with whom Tyler seemed to make an instant connection. But when their first date ended with his car exploding while she watched, Ashley seemed hesitant to continue their relationship. The stakes continued to rise while Tyler was faced with his dilemma: stay or go?

 

 

Dr. Richard Mabry is a retired physician, past Vice-President of the American Christian Fiction Writers, and the author of five published novels of medical suspense. His books have been finalists in competitions including ACFW’s Carol Award and Romantic Times’ Inspirational Book of the Year, and have won the Selah Award from the Blue Ridge Mountain Christian Writers Conference.

Richard’s non-fiction book, The Tender Scar: Life After The Death Of A Spouse (Kregel Publishers), has ministered to multiple thousands of grieving individuals. His meditations and short pieces have appeared in The Upper Room, In Touch, and several other periodicals.

When Richard is not writing, he spends his time reading, working fruitlessly to improve his golf game, and defending his title as the world’s best Granddad. He and his wife live in north Texas and are active members of Stonebriar Community Church, pastored by Dr. Chuck Swindoll.

Connect with Richard on his blog or website.

 

My Impressions:

Do you like fast-paced medical suspense novels? Me too! That’s why I always reach for a book by Richard Mabry, MD. Dr. Mabry knows his stuff — he is a retired physician who takes his work experience and blends it with good storytelling and a firm faith. His latest novella-length book, Doctor’s Dilemma, is a winner. I could not put it down! The main characters are likable, and the mystery they face will keep you guessing until the end. And because this one is a quick read, it’s perfect to tuck into a tote bag for a weekend getaway. I loved it, and I think you will too.

Tyler Gentry has just finished his medical residency and has a dilemma. He had been planning to join his father’s medical practice, but the deaths of his parents changed his life and his plans. Student loans and an unforeseen debt from his father have made Tyler desperate for a job. A too-good-to-pass-up job offer seems to be his salvation. But there is something off about the Hall Group and Tyler is soon plunged into solving the mystery.

Action-packed is a good descriptor for Doctor’s Dilemma. The story is the focus, but the characters are interesting and believable. Twists and turns in the story keep Tyler (and the reader) off-balance. I got to the point that I suspected everyone! A sweet romance develops for Tyler and his faith is re-engaged at the end. Overall, Doctor’s Dilemma was a fun read.

Recommended.

Audience: adults.

To purchase, click HERE. (It’s currently FREE for Kindle Unlimited.)

(Thanks to the author for a complimentary copy. All opinion expressed are mine alone.)

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2 Responses to “Book Review: Doctor’s Dilemma”

  1. Richard Mabry March 27, 2017 at 5:16 pm #

    Beckie, so glad you like it. Appreciate your kind words.

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    • rbclibrary March 28, 2017 at 8:54 am #

      Thank you for the opportunity!

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