(PRWEB) June 24, 2005
A recently published crime story novel about corruption in the health care industry has received acclaim from Midwest Book Review. The Secret at St. Sans by Terri Kay tracks the power struggles and murder that occur when a greedy son-in-law, a seductress and others threaten a morally bankrupt doctor. According to the Midwest Book Review MBR Bookwatch, June 2005, "Terri Kay writes an utterly believable murder mystery based on a small town doctor who is a tyrant and has no scruples. The people who think they are his match get tromped underfoot, and Kay creates characters who drive the riveting plot with sheer malice, manipulation, and mayhem. The Secret St. Sans is a disturbing and enjoyable mystery. . . ."
On Amazon.com, Midwest Book Review also gave The Secret at St. Sans a five-star rating, the highest possible. In this recommendation Senior Reviewer Shelley Glodowski notes, "Kay crafts a seductive tale with no sexually explicit scenes, which makes it a safe book . . . worth reading . . . ."
Terri Kay is the author of the crime story series, A Promise of Revenge. Her series traces the impacts on families who are victims of a dirty doctor. Her books include A Promise of Revenge (The Death of Javier) (Xlibris 2003) and The Secret at St. Sans (Xlibris 2004).
The Midwest Book Review is an organization of volunteers committed to promoting literacy, small press publishing, and library usage. Among the many services it performs, Midwest Book Review publishes several monthly publications for community and academic library systems in California, Wisconsin, and the upper Midwest. The Midwest Book Review also posts its reviews on thematically appropriate sites and on bookstores on the Internet.
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