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Darden North interviewed by Fran Stewart on "Mystery Matters: Where Murder is an Open Book"


Interviewed live by author and Voice of America radio host Fran Stewart on Friday, May 22, 2009 and archived at

http://www.modavox.com/voiceamerica/vepisode.aspx?aid=38606


Darden North, M.D. – a Doctor Whose Writing You Can Read
Darden North is a native of Mississippi and a practicing obstetrician-gynecologist in Jackson, MS. His work lends unmistakable authenticity to his medical thrillers. Set in the Deep South, North’s contemporary novels are built around intense -- yet believable – characters who are often embroiled in controversy.

His three novels medical thrillers are HOUSE CALL, POINTS OF ORIGIN, and most recently, FRESH FROZEN. A few years ago, Darden North hung up his golf clubs for a laptop – but on occasion is still spotted with a croquet mallet or garden shovel. He is writing a fourth novel as he continues to deliver babies and maintain a full gynecological practice. His tag line is: “A doctor whose writing you can read.”



Stewart's website is: www.franstewart.com.

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