[b]A Physician's Plight: A Memoir: Professional success...Personal disaster[/b]
A compelling memoir, one not to be missed. Here's a reader's review posted on Amazon as well as the book's paid sales ranking today:
“Doctor Klein generously shares her experiences and the life lessons she is forced to learn. A conscientious, hard-working doctor, she weaves her medical tales into the framework of the story of her
marriage and child bearing. When her marriage falls apart, she becomes a pawn of the courts and of her ex, as our justice system often is not just, and can be worked and skewed by an unscrupulous ex. Katherine’s pain is palpable, her distress is real, and we feel for the unfairness of a system that deserts her. Nevertheless, Klein demonstrates a toughness and determination that will leave you cheering for her.”
#1 in Kindle Store>Nonfiction>Law>Family & Health Law>Children
#4 in Medicine>Specialties>Anesthesiology.
My novel is called <Flo Eats Pie>. It is a book about adolescent revenge at a boarding school. This is based on a true story and will really open your eyes as to how violent boarding schools in the UK can be. Starting this week it is only 79p, so give it a look, and I would love to hear your reviews.
Salem, a young orphan searching for his destiny, is faced with tremendous obstacles and staggering tragedies as he sets out for the northern city of Tsebb.
Con man Donovan Swan and his stoic friend, the monk Cale Farari, move to bustling Sandaria in search of fortune and adventure. They soon find themselves thrust in the middle of a power struggle between a corrupt political council, a brutal constabulary and an organization of killers and spies.
Basker is a retired soldier who has taken up handyman jobs in an effort to escape his violent past. But when his sister is brutally murdered, he embarks on a furious journey in an effort to track down the one person who knows who's responsible.
The lives of these four characters are set on a collision course with each other full of high risks, betrayals, assassinations, psycopaths, bounty hunters, revelry, pit fights, gun fights, riots, explosions, slavers, thieves, plot twists, dangerous women, thrilling chases and daring escapes. In the end, the decisions they make have ramifications that reach farther than anyone expected. Find out all of the explosive details in WAYPOINT by K. Jered Mayer.
"Waypoint is amazing. By far one of the best books I've ever read. Mayer does an amazing job of keeping each sub-story completely separate while at the same time teasing you with hints on how they all come together. This book has the perfect amount of detail to make you feel like you're right beside the characters. "
"I must compliment Mr. Meyer on his debut novel. The plot and characters made it a definite page turner... Mr. Meyer obviously has a career ahead of him, and is an excellent and imaginative storyteller. For a great reading experience you can hardly argue with the price."
"Waypoint is a terrific book. Mr. Mayer has a natural ability to create memorable characters that draw you in with their charisma and keep you hooked while reflecting on things in their past that make them who they are. I enjoyed watching the authors skill progress as the story went on"
"This debut novel by Jered Mayer is fresh, exciting and complex."
This book is also available in print at Createspace: (the cover is different at Createspace than at amazon, and H.M. Dunn was how the author listed her name at that time, but it is the same book) https://tsw.createspace.com/title/3515484
The Bill Travis Mysteries are not your typical whodunits. They are action/adventure mysteries that pack a wallup. You think you know who the bad guys are and then you turn the page and the world is upside down again.