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PastorWisconsinAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Heart PounderNovember 13, 2013PastorWisconsinAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4The book " Heart Failure" by Richard Mabry didn't stop my heart but had it pounding. first my heart was pounding in anticipation of reading this book. It did not disappoint. My heart was racing throughout.
Richard Mabry has become one of my favorite authors. In this thriller Carrie and her fiancÃÂ© Adam (is that his real name?) are in trouble. Somebody is out to kill them. Is it because of Adam's past or is it one of Carrie's patients or their family members? Carrie is a medical doctor. Adam had been a lawyer who put his powerful father-in-law in prison for life. There are a few suspects even though the outcome is somewhat predictable.
I recommend this book as a fun read if you like thrillers and mystery. There is plenty of action and intrigue.
I was given this book by BookSneeze as part of their blogger program. I was not required to give a positive review of this book.
BevKWIAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Reviewing HEART FAILURE by Richard L. Mabry, M.D.October 22, 2013BevKWIAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Reviewing HEART FAILURE by Richard L. Mabry M.D.
I had never read a Mabry book before, and so I did not know what to expect with a physician writing a mystery. Well, he kept me interested and trying to figure out the end...remember, no peeking! Being he is so qualified in writing this type of medical story, I was wondering how many look for symptoms of their own as they read his books, and solutions to their own medical problems!
The mystery of the book was captivating, and I really liked her fiance but in a mystery, you never know how it will end. Dr. Mabry did it right..... this is a book to enjoy!
I was given a copy of this book by BOOK SNEEZE to read and review with my own opinion. I would recommend it to others to read; I shall be reading more of his books as well.
britluver20021Arnold, CAAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Review of the book Heart Failure By Richard MabryOctober 21, 2013britluver20021Arnold, CAAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I really enjoyed this book. It was about this girl dr named Carrie who fell in love with this guy named Adam but Adam turns out to be a complete different person then who she fell in love with. He turned out to be a person who was in the witness protection program and had changed lives,professions,etc. And that someone was trying to kill Adam and Carrie because she was close to him. Adam thought it was someone that was close to his step father because Adam sent his step father to jail for stealing/exhorting money. I won't spoil the ending but the killer was a surprise, didn't see it coming and not who I thought it was.
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SallyTampa, FL4 Stars Out Of 5Suspense and RomanceOctober 17, 2013SallyTampa, FLI enjoyed this Christian fiction suspense novel. The characters are believable, and the plot is fast-paced. There's just enough connection between Carrie and Adam for those who would choose a romance novel. Suspense kept this reader turning the pages. I finished the book in two days. The ending came as a surprise to me.
The fact that the author is a physician helps the medical parts come alive. I liked learning medical school tidbits like "When you hear hoof beats, think horses, not zebras" (137) when diagnosing a patient. I know that I'm not fully explaining it here, but when you get the book, you'll see for yourself the wisdom in this statement.
The book is almost perfect. The second paragraph on page 114, Carrie has a "d" on the end of her name. A simple mistake, but a jarring one.
Nonetheless, I highly recommend this book. Includes Reading Group Guide.
Thank you to Booksneeze and Thomas Nelson Publishing for my copy.
Sufficient in JesusAge: 18-24Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5I love Richard Mabry's books.October 13, 2013Sufficient in JesusAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I love Dr. Richard Mabry's books. They are a real treat: enjoyable all the way through each moment of fast paced mysterious adventure. When I'm reading one of his books, I just can't guess what's coming next!
My acquaintance with Dr. Mabry's books began March of 2013 with Stress Test. I knew I would love that book from the moment I encountered the line: "Let's get him in the trunk."
Heart Failure had me from this line: "To begin with, Adam Davidson isn't my real name.... My real name is Keith Branson. I'm on the run. If the wrong people find me, I'm a dead man."
Wow, what a hook to pull you in! Those words were spoken by our main male character to his fiancee, moments after they were nearly killed in a drive-by shooting as they left a the movies after a date.
The lovely Spring dusk that had been so peaceful was shattered by fear, and then their evening was filled with revelation.
Carrie apparently did *not* know all there was to know about the man she loved. Adam, really Keith, was fleeing from the Witness Security Program. All he had wanted was to live a real life, free from both pursuers and protectors... but now he may have endangered the woman who holds his heart.
If you haven't read Stress Test, you can start with Heart Failure.
If you have read Stress Test, then you know why you have to read Heart Failure.
What makes these books so good?
The interpersonal relationships are painted in full color; there is just the right amount of romance; the suspense level is high... I just can't say enough about these stories!
Thank you Booksneeze for sending me my copy of Heart Failure to review.