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Friday, January 27, 2012

Reading and Reviewing 19, Another Morgan Mandel Mystery

Killer CareerKiller Career by Morgan Mandel

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Morgan Mandel's writing is clear, her characters are easily visualized and easy to follow, and her storytelling is spellbinding. Interweaving the thoughts of a writer who writes well enough to teach others the art with the mind of a megalomaniac so deeply disturbed that he doesn't recognize the reality of his fiction, Morgan takes us all on a journey into madness that is unforgettable.

The contrast between childhood losses being lovingly treated vs those ignored and mishandled is written with empathy and caution. The love story as a subplot is a quiet echo of those childhood losses and the right and wrong way to deal with such, allowing her characters to grow and move beyond childhood feelings toward mature relationships.

This is the second Morgan Mandel mystery that I've read, and I look forward to more. If you enjoy reading a master of the art of storytelling and following plots that reflect human needs and fulfillment, you will love her stories.

And Multiple Sclerosis, an Enigma, has another five star review:

5.0 out of 5 stars
A book for anyone with a disease without a cure.
January 19, 2012 (Denver)

This review is from: Multiple Sclerosis,an Enigma: Finding a diagnosis but not a cure (Paperback)
This book is a must for anyone with MS or a friend or family member of a MS patient. It gives insight into the everyday tribulations of this disease, but it is also a valuable book for anyone with a disease which has no cure and tends to be progressive, for it is a book that not only tells about MS, but how one brave person faces the hardships and frustrations of having such an illness. Being an MD I would highly recommend this book to patients suffering one of several such diseases.

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