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My third novel and thriller "Fresh Frozen" is now available for purchase as an audio book on audible.com, iTunes, and Amazon. You can also download "Fresh Frozen" free with a trial membership to audible.com. If you enjoy medical thrillers or general suspense and fiction, I think you will like "Fresh Frozen." Actress and voice artist Flora Plumb narrates. 

I enjoy listening to audio books after downloading them to my cell phone. Since you own the download, you can also listen from your computer, iPad, mini-iPad or any electronic device.

Here is the link to download the audio book of "Fresh Frozen" from audible.com or take advantage of a free copy with a trial membership in audible.com. (That's a really great deal!)


Brief summary of FRESH FROZEN
Tinker Murtagh thinks his new job is simple, but he’s never robbed a medical clinic before—and he’s never dealt with someone like Dr. Henry Van Deman. In “Fresh Frozen” by Darden North, human reproductive tissue becomes a fatal commodity as a childless young policeman and his deranged wife meet Lucille Wax and her sales catalogue of human embryo and egg donors. Suddenly their Mississippi community faces grisly murder, the world of Hollywood celebrity, and a physician with a black-market agenda. The lives of Carrie and Wesley Sarbeck, international superstar Allyn Saxton, and southern socialite Cheryl Choice unwittingly collide at the Van Deman Center, a state-of-the-art clinic for the treatment of infertility, housed in a once decaying building complex in Canton, Mississippi. The facility is equipped not only with modern medical technology but also a network of secret security cameras hidden in unconventional places controlled by cyber thief, Tinker Murtagh. While Dr. Knox Chamblee, Van Deman’s younger medical partner, treats his patients, he unknowingly promotes the deception, which preserves the dark secrets of the Van Deman Center of Reproductive Technology. The fast-paced suspense and rich dialogue in “Fresh Frozen” reveal how medical ethics can easily be discarded for the right price. Practicing ob/gyn physician Darden North is a national IPPY-awarded author in Southern Fiction. “Fresh Frozen” is North’s third novel and is narrated by Flora Plumb, a professional actress and voice artist. Plumb has narrated over twenty audio books.


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