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AUTHOR GERI AHEARN REVIEWS FRESH FROZEN

AUTHOR GERI AHEARN'S BOOK REVIEWS
Thursday, February 5, 2009
*****REVIEW ~~FRESH FROZEN~~ By Author DARDEN NORTH, MD

BRILLIANT!

… Reproductive Technology becomes a horror, and ethical and moral standards cross the boundaries of law, becoming nonexistent in this extraordinary, but still realistic, medical thriller. How far will the Sarbecks go during their quest to become parents? Does their intimacy force them to become ignorant of their own actions, while blinding to the consequences? During the unexpected trials and tribulations does a controversy exist between the gifted hands of man and God's hands? Do Wesley and Carrie walk through the forbidden doors of infertility to erase the pain that torments them every day?

I recommend Fresh Frozen to all thriller lovers … and to readers who crave the inside scene of Hollywood celebrities. In his third medical thriller, award-winning author Darden North takes the reader on an emotional rollercoaster ride that covers every human emotion … a world of deception, murder, and tragedy.

Fresh Frozen is a masterpiece, crafted by an expert … an enthralling plot with characters who come to life … suspense that sends chills up your spine. This incredible story, packed with ingenious twists and turns, is one that belongs on a movie screen.

This medical thriller is brilliant, as chilling as The Hand That Rocks The Cradle with Annabella Sciorra and Rebecca De Moray!

--- by Geraldine Ahearn, AIOM, HonDG IBC
Founding Member ABI Women's Review Board
CCRN/ Author of 6 books

www.authorgeriahearnsbookreviews.blogspot.com

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