˃˃˃ A Reason To LiveAfter the murder of his wife and unborn child, Jack Bass longs for death. He welcomes it until Amanda, his lovechild with Lori Darden, unexpectedly enters his life. Jack tries to shroud his new life with his daughter in privacy, determined that the events of his past should not threaten his daughter. But no matter how hard he tries Jack cannot avoid trouble, it relentlessly pursues him. ˃˃˃ Veterans Are DisappearingSomeone is giving veterans a medication that makes even the most out of control psychotic patients turn into walking, order-taking, defenseless shells. Vets are being hauled away in a mysterious van and delivered to an encampment where they are kept under control, exploited and killed. Despite his best efforts to remain invisible, Jack is faced with a choice between protecting himself and his daughter or helping to save those who are being victimized for profit. ˃˃˃ There Will Only Be One Man Left StandingJack is again unwittingly thrust into a world of conspiracy and murder as he follows a trail of bodies. What he finds at the end of that trail shocks even Jack. Don’t Worry You’ll Be Safe is book four in Ed Dasso’s medical murder mystery series.Scroll up and grab a copy today.
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Edwin Dasso, MD writes works of medical murder mystery fiction that leverage many of his “stranger than fiction” experiences from years of practice at major medical centers and community hospitals. “You might be surprised at some of the events in the books that are based on an actual experience.”Fiction writing is reviving a lost love from earlier periods in his life where he enjoyed writing short stories. Look for additional books soon in the “Jack Bass Black Cloud Chronicles” series.In addition to a number of years as a practicing anesthesiologist and critical care specialist, he has published articles in national healthcare journals, written many “Ask the Doctor” columns and has spoken frequently at national healthcare forums. He has also been instrumental in designing and deploying population health programs to help people deal with depression related to poor health. Ed can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, reach him on Facebook or go to his blog: http://jackblackcloud.blogspot.com/NOTE: SEE MANY MORE AMAZON BOOK REVIEWS on ALL the books of the Jack Bass Black Cloud Chronicles at: http://www.amazon.co.uk