Thursday, June 28, 2012

Winners and Medical Thrillers Giveaway

Congratulations to the winners of the last contests. Linda Castillo's Gone Missing will go to Peter G. of Powell, OH and Jon M. from Marysville, WA. Ocean Beach by Wendy Wax will go to Susan R. of Virginia Beach, VA. The winners will all receive their books from the publicists.

This week, I'm giving away two medical thrillers. Michael Palmer's Oath of Office, the story of a troubled doctor who goes on a shooting spree, and the doctor who is blamed for the tragedy, is a thriller that blends science, genetic engineering and politics. When that second doctor goes looking for answers, he finds a conspiracy that leads to the highest positions of political power.



Kira Peikoff's Living Proof is a second thriller that deals with medical ethics. It's a story set in the near future when fertility clinics still exist, but destroying any viable embryo is considered first-degree murder. When an undercover agent investigates a renowned doctor, he finds his own faith in his mission unraveling.

Would you like to win Oath of Office or Living Proof? You can enter to win both, but I need separate entries. Email me at Lesa.Holstine@gmail.com. Your subject headings should read, "Win Oath of Office" or "Win Living Proof." Please include your name and mailing address. Entries from the U.S. only, please.

The contest will close at 6 PM PT on Thursday, July 5. I'll draw the numbers by random number generator then.

5 comments:

J.A. Schneider said...

Hi,

Might you be interested in this new medical thriller?

Malignant genius tinkering with human genetic engineering? A young OB intern determines to find out http://tinyurl.com/7vjyqao #ebook #thriller #NewRelease

Many thanks (Nice blog!)
J.A. Schneider (Joyce)

J.A. Schneider said...

Hi,

Might you be interested in this new medical thriller?

Malignant genius tinkering with human genetic engineering? A young OB intern determines to find out http://tinyurl.com/7vjyqao #ebook #thriller #NewRelease

Many thanks (Nice blog!)
J.A. Schneider (Joyce)

Lesa said...

Thanks for asking, Joyce, but I'm not really much of a reader of medical thrillers. In fact, I tend to read many more mysteries than thrillers. If it's yours, though, I wish you good luck with it.

Richard Mabry said...

I've read the Palmer book and it's excellent (as well as thought-provoking). Haven't tried Peikoff's books, but if Michael Palmer likes them (and I notice he's endorsed this one), sounds worth checking out.

Thrillers said...

Thrillers
When the victim of a corporate scam finds himself deep in hostile Africa, his discovery of a rare-earth mineral sparks a chase for evil riches; greed and lust must be overcome to keep an arcane tribal secret from revelation.

The catalyst is a corporate fraud. An innocent man on the run where danger of every kind lurks – and where brutal love joins a pair of fugitives in a quest to hide a shocking discovery from being exposed to corruption and greed.
An exciting thriller with lots of twists and turns in a forbidding landscape.