Selah Awards Finalist 2014
Blue Ridge Mountain Christian
Reviewers' Choice Finalist, Romantic Times book Reviews;
Finalist Inspirational Readers Choice, FHL chapter of Romance Writers of America
"Original and profound. I found the Christian message engaging and fascinating and the story a thrill-a-minute."
Michael Palmer, New York Times best selling author
"It is riveting and fast-paced and will hold you spellbound"
2016 Carol Award Finalist
A rousing pace, an intricately crafted plot and a subtle hint of romance draw the reader in.
He will leave you asking whodunit until the end.
Romantic Times Book
Reviews (4 stars)
"Dr. Mabry's best novel to date"
- The Suspense Zone
"Fatal Trauma asks big questions of faith, priorities, and meaning, all within the context of a tightly crafted medical drama."--Steven James, best-selling author of Placebo and Checkmate
"Lightning pace and numerous red herrings make it nearly impossible to put down."
Romantic Times Book Reviews, 4 ½ stars, “top pick”
Romantic Times REVIEWER'S
CHOICE FINALIST 2016
Christian Retailings Best Winner
"Mabry seems to get better and better with each book! There is so much action in his latest release, with just the right amount of romance, it makes it hard to go on without finishing one more chapter."
Romantic Times, 4-1/2 stars, Top
"Guarded Prognosis has it all! Danger, intrigue, illness, questions, answers and a gentle faith thread that settles in the reader's heart... A must-read for anyone who loves medical thrillers or just a good mystery!"
Carrie Schmidt, Reading Is My Superpower
"Written in Dr. Richard Mabry's award-winning style, GUARDED PROGNOSIS will touch the reader at every level...5 stars for another page-turning medical suspense by Dr. Richard Mabry."
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AN INNOCENT-APPEARING PACKAGE APPEARED ON HER FRONT PORCH...
The box contained a cell phone, which rang as soon as she opened the package. A voice that called Dr. Kathy Hoover by name said that her husband had been kidnapped. To get him back she would have to poison one of her patients.
At first, she didn’t believe that her husband had been taken from the conference he was attending, but soon she discovered that the kidnappers really had Darren. If she wanted to see him again, she had to give medication that would murder Kelton Rush, former Vice-President. What was she to do? How would she handle this critical decision?
"This twisting story had me on the first page.”
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Dr. Elena Gardner learns an OB patient of her fiancé, Dr. David Merritt, is suffering frequent beatings at the hands of her husband. Despite Elena’s advice, the wife refuses to take legal action against her abusing husband. David is so frustrated that he loudly and publicly voices his desire to beat the man senseless. When someone actually kills the husband in that fashion, David’s off-hand expression leads him to the sheriff’s office. As the situation worsens, the two doctors form a partnership with a new attorney in town in order to fight a murder charge
SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT
The colored lights on the snow gave it a holiday appearance, but the dead woman’s body in the yard added a grisly touch. How did Ina Bell Patrick die? Who killed her? And why?
The dead woman had no direct heirs, so two nephews and a niece stood to inherit. Dr. Laura Morris was left to make all the arrangements, attorney Roger Morris could certainly use the money, and Zack Morris had disappeared two years earlier. Then there was neighbor and “best friend” Fay Autrey, who was certain the woman intended to leave her some money—a great deal of money.
The police were still looking for the killer who left the frozen body in the snow when it became apparent someone was trying to pick off the heirs, one by one.
Who would win the race—the police or the killer?
Dr. Ben Merrick is looking over his shoulder expecting trouble from a very senior surgeon who has shown he is still smarting from a previous clash. Ben doesn't know if a series of mishaps and accidents he and his fiance have had are caused by a disgruntled patient's relatives or represent more trouble from the older surgeon. Then his prospective father-in-law approaches him, needing money for a reason Ben can't fathom. When people start dying, Ben and Rachel begin to wonder if they can escape unscathed...and alive.
KILLER OR TARGET?
The relationship between Dr. Kelly Irving and her husband, attorney Jack Harbaugh, has cooled recently, but she figures they’ll muddle through and repair it.
But when she backs down her driveway, her car hits a bump that turns out to be the partially snow-covered body of a man her husband recently represented. Not only that, the gun that killed him belongs to Jack, who seems to be the primary suspect.
As events escalate, Kelly can’t decide if her husband is a murderer or the next victim. Eventually, they put their marital differences aside and find the person masterminding the syndicate behind all this, while trying to keep Jack alive.
“Brother” Bob Bannister is content with his life and his itinerant healing ministry, until one night he finds that the woman who walks off the stage under her own power isn’t one of his shills. At that point, doubts begin to intrude on his previously untroubled existence
Dr. Abby Davis is tired of her family practice and at odds with God. Dealing with critically ill and dying patients has crushed her spirit to the point she’s ready to quit. But she soon realizes that there’s more to healing than ministering to the physical body.
Scott Anderson was the oldest graduate of his seminary class. Then again, most of the graduates hadn’t turned away from a medical practice, hoping to atone for past mistakes (including his wife’s death). Now he hopes he hasn’t made a colossal mistake in switching careers.
Each of these individuals becomes linked to the other, and each finds that God has a purpose for them—but, as it often does, the lesson comes with discomfort.
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