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Josh PhelpsBerea, KyAge: 35-44Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Critical Condition - A good read!March 7, 2016Josh PhelpsBerea, KyAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5I love medical mysteries! So when Critical Condition by Richard l. Mabry M.D. came available I took a chance. I had never read anything by this author before and I have to say, it was an awesome book.
From the book description you see that Shannon has a lot going on in her life. She has someone killed in her front yard, a boyfriend she cant commit too and a sister who is trying to get sober. So who was the man that was shot in her front yard? Can her sister stay sober? Will she finally commit to her almost-fianc?
There are twists and turns throughout the book that will keep your attention. I read through this book pretty fast and for the most part it kept my attention. Some off the characters seemed a little flat, but not enough for me to put the book down. The ending wasnt what I thought when I got to it, but it did seem a little but rushed. However, If you like medical mysteries then you will most likely like this book. I am looking forward to reading another work by Mr. Mabry, M.D.
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Suzie QAlaskaAge: Over 65Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Critical ConditionOctober 5, 2015Suzie QAlaskaAge: Over 65Gender: FemaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0This book held my attention from beginning to end, showing the need for the Lord in your life in all occupations. A gripping tale of good and evil. I want to read more by this author.
MiggsAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Critical ConditionApril 20, 2015MiggsAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is the second book I have read by Dr. Mabry. It is a very good medical suspense story that keeps you reading. I look forward to being able to read more of his books.
Alice BostaterNCAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Criticak ConditionOctober 23, 2014Alice BostaterNCAge: 55-65Gender: femaleGreat book. Lots of suspense and mystery. Have not read anything by this author before, but glad I read this one.
Jennifer M3 Stars Out Of 5Critical ConditionAugust 24, 2014Jennifer MCritical Condition is a medical thriller that tells the story of Dr Shannon Frasier and her sister Megan as they inadvertently get tangled in what becomes a murder investigation. The story opens with Dr Frasier and guests gathered at her home for a dinner party that is tragically interrupted when a gunshot victim ends up fighting for his life on her front lawn. Dr Frasier, who is still trying to deal with making peace with a similar incident in her past, is then thrown into an tangled and complicated investigation that tests her personally, professionally, and spiritually.
Her sister Megan, who has been in and out of Shannon's life with troubles of her own, shows up just in time to be implicated as well, and brings with her a fair amount of questions, confusion, and mystery surrounding her involvement in much of the story that unfolds. This book was fast paced, and a quick read. It grabbed my attention right from the start (opening with a man dying of a gunshot wound will tend to do that) and it didn't take me long at all to finish reading it. Unfortunately, it didn't really hold my attention the whole way through, and I ultimately ended up with mixed feelings.
The kernel of the story was good... a murder mystery with plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing. But with the exception of Megan, the characters felt sort of flat and underdeveloped to me. The ending was rushed, tying everything up extremely abruptly, and it made me feel somewhat cheated and confused. One of the subplots involved Dr Frasier and her will-she or won't-she commit to her "almost-fiance's" offer of marriage. When the answer was finally revealed, at the very end of the story, I found that I didn't much care, and had sort of wished she'd chosen something else.
This was not a bad book... as I said the story was mostly good, and I'd actually be interested in reading more by Mabry to see if different characters might grab me a bit more than Shannon Frasier.