Today I am pleased to be hosting the book tour for the latest Catholic Fiction offering from Full Quiver Publishing.
Dying for Revenge by Dr. Barbara Golder is the first in the Lady Doc Murders series.
Someone is killing the rich and famous residents of Telluride, Colorado, and the medical investigator, Dr. Jane Wallace, is on a collision course with the murderer. Compelled by profound loss and injustice, Jane will risk her own life to protect others from vengeful death, even as she exacts a high price from those who have destroyed her world. DYING FOR REVENGE is a story of love, obsession and forgiveness, seen through the eyes of a passionate, beautiful woman trying to live her life -- imperfectly but vibrantly -- even if she won't survive.
Dr. Barbara Golder is a late literary bloomer. Although she’s always loved books (and rivals Jane in the 3-deep-on-the-shelf sweepstakes), her paying career gravitated to medicine and law. She has served as a hospital pathologist, forensic pathologist, and laboratory director. Her work in forensic pathology prompted her to get a law degree, which she put to good use as a malpractice attorney and in a boutique practice of medical law, which allowed her to be a stay-at-home mom when her children were young. She has also tried her hand at medical politics, serving as an officer in her state medical association; lobbying at a state and national level on medical issues, writing and lecturing for hire, including a memorable gig teaching nutritionists about the joys of chocolate for 8 straight hours, teaching middle and high school science, and, most recently, working for a large disability insurance company from which she is now retired. Her writing career began when she authored a handbook of forensic medicine for the local medical examiner office in 1984. Over the years she wrote extensively on law and medicine and lectured on medicolegal topics. On a lark, she entered a contest sponsored by the Telluride Times Journal and ended up with a regular humor column that memorialized the vagaries of second-home living on the Western Slope. She currently lives on Lookout Mountain, Tennessee with two dogs, two cats and her husband of 41 years.
Please stop by the other book tour sites:
Wednesday, June 1 Ellen Gable Hrkach, Plot Line, and Sinker https://ellengable.wordpress.com/
Thursday, June 2 Sarah Reinhard at Snoring Scholar http://snoringscholar.com/
Saturday, June 4, A.K. Frailey https://akfrailey.com/
and Barb Szyszkiewicz http://franciscanmom.com/
Sunday, June 5, Erin McCole Cupp erinmccolecupp.com
Monday, June 6 Carolyn Astfalk, Review, My Scribbler’s Heart Blog http://www.carolynastfalk.com/category/my-scribblers-heart-blog/
Tuesday, June 7 Theresa Linden Things Visible & Invisible https://catholicbooksblog.wordpress.com/
and Jean Heimann http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/
Wednesday, June 8 Virginia Lieto http://virginialieto.com/
Thursday, June 9 Christopher Blunt https://christophercblunt.wordpress.com/
Michael Seagriff http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.ca/
Friday, June 10 Therese Heckenkamp http://www.thereseheckenkamp.com/
Saturday, June 11 Plot Line and Sinker, Interview https://ellengable.wordpress.com/