Sometimes ‘The Crooked Path’ is the Most Rewarding [REVIEW]

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In South Africa, a woman finds the road to happiness to be The Crooked Path. (Photo by Julie Laurent, Flickr)

When a South African young girl who never seems quite good enough in her own mind has her heart crushed and her dreams shattered, will she allow her personal tragedy to define her life or will she forge ahead more determined than ever to construct her own destiny? Find out in Irma Joubert’s The Crooked Path. Read more of this post

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Robin Cook Administers a New Nightmare with ‘Charlatans’ [REVIEW]

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“We’re all becoming narcissistic Charlatans to one degree or another.” (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Joseph Swafford, U.S. Air Force)

The master and creator of the medical thriller is back with a chilling new novel that once again makes readers take a closer look at anesthesia, hospitals, and the physicians who work there. In Charlatans, Dr. Robin Cook proves that bad doctors do exist and begs the question: just how much can you trust the people who manage your healthcare? Read more of this post

The Question Your Doctor Probably Isn’t Asking You

Every time you see a physician, he or she likely asks if you smoke, take medications or do one of countless other activities that affect our health. But there is one questions the doctor probably isn’t asking you and should. Read more of this post