If you like mystery, intrigue and suspense, look no further than Richard L. Mabry’s newest book Critical Condition. I love it when I find a good writer who is new to me, because that means I’ll be able to go back and read his earlier work.
Critical Condition is the first book that I’ve read by Richard L. Mabry M.D. and I wasn’t disappointed. He skillfully draws the reader in to the storyline and reveals the characters, almost like pealing an onion, layer by layer you learn about the characters and what motivates them and what brought them to this place and how will it end.
Dr. Mabry brings a different twist to mystery novels. The story includes characters who are doctors and the reader gets to view the events through the different lens of medicine.
The story is fast paced and more than once kept me up late because I didn’t want to put the book down. I can tell a good book when it leaves me thinking about the characters and try to figure out what will happen even when I’m not reading the book.
I especially appreciated how Dr. Mabry has interwoven faith into the storyline through the characters as they struggle with and grow in their faith. Faith seemed to be a natural part of the characters, not just something thrown in because this a book by a Christian author. I appreciate a writer who doesn’t have to turn to immorality to tell a good story
I give a big thumbs up to Critical Condition by Richard L. Mabry M.D. I look forward to reading more novels by this writer.
I would like to thank the people at BookLook for giving me a copy of Critical Condition to read and review. I was under no obligation to give a favorable review.
2 thoughts on “Critical Condition…WOW!”
Susan, So glad you liked Critical Condition, and I hope your blog readers will, as well. I hope I’ve encouraged you to try more of my novels of “medical suspense with heart.” Thanks.
Dear Dr. Mabry,
Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. I really did like your book and your writing style. I liked the characters and appreciated that you didn’t put the characters in peril because they did stupid things. I look forward to reading your earlier books. Should the Lord tarry, I hope to read more of your books in the future.
Blessings in Christ…Susan