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Flawed Female Characters Play Role In ‘Wiggle Room’, Medical Thriller By Author Darden North
North's latest medical thriller novel combines medicine, terrorism, murder, intrigue, suspense and flawed female characters into a fast-paced, action-packed mystery fiction novel
"The only thing I find more interesting than flawed characters on television,"
“Despite the growing role of women in our society (or perhaps because of it), readers relish in the private foils of the seemingly all-together female, an in-control persona who is a total mess in the love department. In my newest thriller ‘Wiggle Room’, the surprised reader watches Dr. Diana Bratton become seduced by her male physician counterpart then regain her standing when she stops his killer. Both male and female fiction readers can understand Diana’s desire to regain her femininity and a life outside of the hospital. In contrast, the darker, more deeply flawed character, Stacy Lane, remains infatuated with a young military officer even after his tragic death. Her obsession pulls at her from his grave, forcing her to abandon a nursing career and all respect for life. Vengeance consumes her."
Author Darden North practices medicine full-time as an obstetrician/
'Wiggle Room' has received high praise. Robert Dugoni, New York Times best-selling author of 'The Conviction', said: "A rollercoaster ride of murder, intrigue, and plot twists, 'Wiggle Room' keeps (readers) turning the pages to the final, climactic finish." Carolyn Haines, author of 'Bonfire of The Vanities' called the book "An action-packed, edge-of-the-
Darden North is available for media interviews, personal appearances and book signings. He can be contacted using the information below or by email at email@example.com. All of his books are available at most online book retailers including Amazon and Barnes and Noble. More information is available at his website at http://www.DardenNorth.com.
About Dr. Darden North:
Darden North, MD, is a board-certified obstetrician/
North presented at the 2013 Killer Nashville writing conference discussing the construction of medical thrillers and mysteries and served on the faculty of the 2010 Southern Expressions Authors Conference. He has been a panelist at “Murder in the Magic City” (Birmingham, AL), “Author! Author! Celebration of the Written Word” (Shreveport LA), “Murder on the Menu” (Wetumpka, AL), and “Thriller Author Panel – 2008 SIBA Trade Show” (Mobile, AL).