Monday, February 7, 2011
Code Blue is a religious, medical drama/suspense written by Richard Mabry, M.D. This is his first medical suspense novel and he considers himself a Christian writer. It is about Dr. Cathy Sewell. She decided to start anew in her hometown and realized that someone don't want her back. It is a fast pace book and is decently written. There is no gory details or scenes and although there is romance going on, the author did not bother to add any detailed intimacy.
I downloaded it on Nook's Free Fridays and I might download Dr. Mabry's second book. If you are looking for books like the medical thrillers by Robin Cook, this might disappoint you. Although the main characters are doctors, the medical aspects of the plot is not the focal point of the story. Dr. Mabry almost reminds me of Tess Gerritsen who is also a physician turned writer who included a doctor as the main character in her books but the story line is not really medically related. Some reviewers don't like the fact that the author added some religious aspects about lossing and finding God in ones life as well. But I think it is a good, wholesome book to curl up with and enjoy.
Posted by KCK Soaps at 9:54 PM