Monday, September 2, 2013

Book Cover & Blurb: Grievous Bodily Harm

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Jane Bennett Munro, M.D. releases her newest medical murder mystery
In his climb to the top, hospital administrator Marcus Manning steps on the wrong person.
Twin Falls, ID -- Pathologist Toni Day returns in author Jane Bennett Munro’s third murder mystery, Grievous Bodily Harm.
A scheming hospital administrator ensnares Toni in his devious web of deceit in his quest for the position of CEO of a behemoth hospital system. When she becomes the prime suspect in his murder, she’ll have to prove her innocence and possibly kill in order to save herself and reveal the truth.

Grievous Bodily Harm: A Toni Day Mystery explores the darkest form of power grabs. Filled with blackmail, lies, sexual harassment, and ambition run amok, this gripping thriller will captivate readers from the opening pages. With personal conflict, stimulating medical intrigue, and intense action, this enthralling novel is filled to the brim with excitement and suspense.
Set in a small, rural hospital, Grievous Bodily Harm’s intimate setting greatly appeals to the average reader. By ignoring the huge set pieces that are standards in the genre, this gripping tale uses a small-town atmosphere to up the tension and give readers a sense of what the average pathologist does day in and day out. Deftly avoiding stereotypes and clich├ęs, this exciting novel makes readers appreciate the originality and character that is inherent to the story. Between thrilling suspense, engaging mystery, and captivating medical drama, this fantastic novel is sure to earn a permanent spot in mystery readers’ collections.
About the book:
Grievous Bodily Harm: A Toni Day Mystery by Jane Bennett Munro, M.D
ISBN: 978-1481218993
Publisher: CreateSpace
Date of publish: June 2013
Pages: 292
S.R.P.: $15.00
About the author:
Jane Bennett Munro, M.D., is a hospital based pathologist who has been involved in forensic cases during the course of her thirty-six year career. She also spent 8 years on the Idaho State Board of Medicine and was chairman 1997-1999. Now semi-retired, she lives in Twin Falls, Idaho, where she enjoys music, gardening, scuba diving, and skiing. She is the author of Murder Under the Microscope, winner of a 2012 IPPY Award, and Too Much Blood.

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