Euthanasia, suicide, and murder on the medical ward…Is there a fine line between euthanasia, suicide, and murder? Medical student Annabel Tilson is deep into her internal medicine rotation when one of her patients dies of natural causes which may not be typical at all. As she undergoes a personal loss herself and is confused by the male friendships in her life, she realizes there are no easy solutions to difficult problems such as end-of-life care. Meanwhile, however, her patients’ lives are at stake.˃˃˃ A thought-provoking, emotional, and riveting medical suspense…Which is it? Are Machiavellian deeds being done or perpetrated on Annabel’s discharged patients and those on the medical floor? Or are painful deaths and intolerable situations being circumvented for some patients by an angelic protector? Get ready for a surprising and unexpected plot: the manner in which life ends…˃˃˃ Book Three in the medical and personal adventures of Dr. Annabel Tilson.p>Scroll Up And Grab Your Copy Of Desperate to Die Today!
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A physician, speaker, and former chemist, Barbara Ebel’s writing draws heavily from her experience as an anesthesiologist, her dealings with family court, and her interactions with people and places from around the world.Since Ebel writes credible medicine into the background of her novels and her O.R. scenes shine, it’s no wonder the first in her Dr. Danny Tilson Novels, Operation Neurosurgeon, was the top finalist for best selling medical mystery books in 2012. (Best Selling Books’ blog announced on PR Buzz Press Release Wire, Chicago, IL). The ranking derives its roster of bestsellers from sources such as Amazon and Goodreads and uses readers’ ratings, reviews and title sales for a blended score that creates each book’s final rank. Collateral Circulation was also the finalist in the 2015 National Indie Excellence Awards for medical thrillers.In addition to her adult writing, she has illustrated and penned a children’s book series called Chester the Chesapeake. The books developed during her philanthropic visits with her therapy dog, Chester. The dog books continue to inspire adults and children alike. Along with her husband and four pets, “Doctor Barbara” lives in a wildlife corridor in middle Tennessee.Please visit her at her website: http://barbaraebel.weebly.comher dog and children’s book website is: http://dogbooksforchildren.weebly.com