"Dead Already" Infuses Danger and Suspense into an Already Enthralling Legal Medical Drama
By: TouchPoint Press
Krentz' expertise lends an overwhelming sense of authenticity to the medical mystery and characters of this story. As a result, readers will feel as though they were an integral part of team that is Dr. Zack Winston and Bridget Larsen as they uncover a dangerous medical conspiracy.
Krentz's "Dead Already" weaves a twisted narrative that features a combined medical and legal, emotionally invested team that overcomes a nefarious plot while also redeeming the troubled lives of its main characters. This exciting adventure will appeal to a myriad of readers, whether they be mainstream audiences, or those who enjoy commercial fiction, mysteries, thrillers, suspense novels, legal thrillers, or medical fiction. Readers who enjoy complex, flawed characters, compelling character arcs, and complicated relationships will especially find this narrative a treat. As explained by NYT and USA Today bestselling author, Jayne Ann Krentz/Amanda Quick, "DEAD ALREADY opens on the adrenaline rush of emergency room action and never slows down. Murder, nuanced characters, and deadly secrets make for a roller-coaster thrill ride. The push-pull relationship between ER doc Zack Winston and defense lawyer Bridget Larsen rings true all the way to their plunge into life-threatening danger."
"Dead Already" follows the past-haunted emergency physician Dr. Zack Winston and case-hardened defense attorney Bridget Larsen as they battle a malicious malpractice suit that ends up being far more than either of them bargained for. They uncover a medical conspiracy trading in drugs and murder. As they peel back layers of truth, past relationships and current alliances destabilize —threatening both their lives.
About the author
Born and raised in Arizona, Dr. Mike Krentz earned a classical degree in English from the University of San Francisco, a Doctor of Medicine degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin, and a Master of Public Health Degree from Johns Hopkins University. Following his successful civilian emergency medicine career, Mike served the nation as a US Navy physician and fleet surgeon. Serving in hospitals, ships, and air wings, he earned ten personal decorations, including five awards of the Legion of Merit. Upon retirement, he continued his service as a navy public health consultant. After completing that mission, he returned to his earliest life passion as a full-time writer of character-based fiction.
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