“A revelation.” –The New York Times
“Brutal and brave, DeForest's novel is one of the best in the ‘making of a doctor’ genre.
This is a book about yoga. Or at least, it was.
Reminiscent of the works of Margaret Atwood, Shirley Jackson, and Octavia Butler, a biting social commentary from the acclaimed author of Lakewood that speaks to our times—a piercing dystopian novel about the unbreakable bond between a young woman and her mysterious mother, set in a world in which witches are real and single women are closely monitored.
A "gorgeous, thoughtful, heartbreaking" historical novel, The Cape Doctor is the story of one man’s journey from penniless Irish girl to one of most celebrated and accomplished figures of his time (Lauren Fox, New York Times bestselling author of Send for Me).
Beginning in Cork, Ireland, the novel recounts Jonathan Mirandus Perry’s
The unflinching, spellbinding new book from the acclaimed author of The Second Life of Mirielle West.
In the latest Harlequin Medical Romance novel by Becky Wicks, while on a dream trip to paradise, will this vet find the family she never knew she needed?Looking for adventure Finding a family?
A hypnotic literary mystery thriller about a murder at a secluded research facility and the secrets that it exposes. • "Cyber thievery, lust, corporate espionage, and a host of deleterious secrets comprise the chords of this sweeping, riveting symphony. A bold and original thriller by a masterful storyteller.” —Elizabeth Brundage, author of The Vanishing Point
The start of the beloved New York Times, USA Today, and Globe and Mail bestselling series from author Patrick Taylor, An Irish Country Doctor
From acclaimed author and Professor Emerita of Pediatrics and Epidemiology Janet Gilsdorf comes a captivating and timely novel about a young doctor’s quest to uncover the cause of a mysterious disease killing young children, and the race to find a cure.
In 1984, in the small Brazilian village of Promissão, a young child begins to fuss, her eyes turning pink a
Three doctors’ lives are transformed on the front lines of a new pandemic in this heart-wrenching yet ultimately inspiring novel by acclaimed author Kimmery Martin.
A mother abandons her family in California to pursue a miracle cure in Munich. Once she gets there however, she wonders if she might have already died. Bedridden with a terminal diagnosis, memories, nurses, immoral doctors, foreign television broadcasts, and phone calls from children intrude upon her consciousness. An aloe plant called Madame Blavatsky is her primary companion.