Wednesday, April 16, 2014

T Wave by Steven F. Freeman

T Wave
T Wave
By Steven F. Freeman

Stokely Medical Group has a secret...

When FBI Forensic Accountant Mallory Wilson is called to investigate the potential theft of narcotics from a local medical group, the routine case takes a sinister turn as she and boyfriend Alton Blackwell uncover a series of questionable patient deaths.

Alton and Mallory race to get to the bottom of the ominous events, applying their skills as never before while the plans of murderous drug dealers, cheating spouses, and profit-minded hospital administrators collide with unexpected
consequences. When the investigators themselves come under attack, the case takes on even greater urgency.
To protect themselves and prevent further bloodshed, Alton and Mallory must follow a trail of perplexing clues to uncover the malevolent secrets behind the medical facility’s sterile walls.

The solution that awaits them, however, defies their wildest expectations. As they attempt to solve the baffling case, their struggle to maintain a long-distance relationship faces a new challenge as Alton is forced to relocate to a new, out-of-state office.

A fast-paced mystery, T WAVE serves up a roller-coaster ride of unexpected twists with a side of romance



4.5 Stars

Mallory is working on a drug trafficking case at a local hospice home, it should be a normal paper trail case but threats and other mysterious and dangerous circumstances require help and Alton is right there with her willing to work the case. As they comb through the evidence more and more possible suspects are found. Can they figure out their cases before someone else comes for them?

Mallory and Alton are still plowing through their long distance relationship and you see it in the works for them to hopefully be in one place someday soon. I love how they do anything they can to spend time together and work on them and not let life pass them by. We have fun watching Alton sweat it out with a meet the parent session with Mallory's mom. And there's more of their friends in there too although this time there's a somber mood attached to it. I loved seeing them work together once again and work through their cases one clue at a time. And if you think you've got it all figured out in the end you're sure to be wrong... Again

Another great addition to this series excited to see more!

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