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A deranged killer with a vengeful agenda stalks prey in the recesses of South Florida’s Medical Center by the Sea. A card with a Biblical verse signed the lord links the victims.
Nightshift nursing supervisor, Miki Murphy, is near each murder, leading homicide detectives to consider her a suspect. But Miki is also on the lord’s list. The killer strikes at Miki and misses. When she calls the police, they are skeptical, forcing Miki to act on her own. Fighting back in the only way she knows how, Miki must uncover the lord.
Targeted Age Group: Adult
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I’m a nurse, and I write what I know. I incorporate real hospital situations, environments, and politics into my stories. I also try to provide some information about a medical condition or situation.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write. Learn the craft. Join a critique group with better writers. Be sure the group is honest and very picky. It isn’t about your feelings. It is about the quality of your manuscript.
Gregg E. Brickman was born in North Dakota. She migrated to Florida and completed her education, embarking on a varied career in clinical, administrative, and academic nursing.
Gregg started writing as a teenager, turning out pages of sappy poetry. In the mid-nineties, she bought a how-to book about writing a novel and committed the story burning in her head to paper. She recognized that first novel as a learner’s effort—unfit to be published, joined Mystery Writers of America, and actively pursued the craft.
Credits include the lord, Imperfect Daddy, Imperfect Contract, Illegally Dead, Chapter 14 of Naked Came the Flamingo, a Murder on the Beach progressive novella edited by Barbara Parker and Joan Mickelson, and On the Edge, a short story [MiamiARTzine.com]. The Writers’ Network of South Florida recognized On the Edge among the finalists in their Seventh Annual Short Story Contest.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
All around us, people are blaming others for what happens in their lives and seeking revenge. What would happen if that same situation occurred in a hospital? How would it effect the people working there? How would the killer be caught?