Janet Greger may be packing, BUT has she had 'the talk' with Bug to explain that she will be away for a few days?
JL Greger is no longer a biology professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, instead she’s putting tidbits of science into her medical mystery and suspense novels: Coming Flu, Murder: A New Way to Lose Weight, Ignore the Pain, and now Malignancy. Besides writing, her favorite activities are spending time with Bug, her Japanese Chin dog, and traveling to exotic locations. She incorporates both of these activities into her novels. Bug is the only non-fictional character in her books.
You can learn more about her from her website: www.jlgreger.com
Sara Almquist couldn’t say no when invited to be the epidemiologist on a public health mission to
Unfortunately, she can’t decide which of her colleagues to trust as she learns more than she ever wanted to know about coca production, the god Tio of the silver mines of Potosí, and Bolivian politicians.
Someone in this southwestern medical school doesn’t like women--two have been murdered already.
Linda Almquist suspects the deaths are connected to her investigation of Dr. Richard Varegos, a “diet doctor.” who’s alleged to be endangering the lives of his obese research subjects.
Coming Flu offers a thought-provoking glimpse into what a 21st century epidemic in the
would be like: the politics, the science, the devastation. With the accuracy of events and
realistic descriptions, you cannot help but pause to wonder, what would you do
as friends died around you, the government revoked all your rights and
experimental drugs were coming in short supply.
This book is hard to put down and even
harder to forget.—S. Connell Vondrak, author of The Evidence is
Clear and No Evidence of a Crime United States
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You may be wondering, like me, what is Janet up to now? Where will her next adventure take us? I'm hoping that she will give me the 4-1-1 when we meet up in Las Vegas!
Billie Johnson, Publisher