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Book Review-Mind in Chains (The Mind Sleuth Series Book 3)-Bruce Perrin

Thursday, January 2, 2020

You may have seen the teaser I put up in November (see it here) and I also read and reviewed the first two novels in this series. I loved them enough that I read Mind in Chains also!

This one will get to you--it involves medical practices and the people who are for it and those who are against it. A baby is stolen from a hospital--scientists are murdered and then a noted researcher is shot at in Nicole's apartment.

Everyone knew about the anti medical group---but would the FBI agent and Doc, Nicole's fiance be able to figure it all out and stop the killing?

You will be shocked at who it is and what they have been doing!!

Be aware there is a CLIFF HANGER that drove me crazy--so you know I will be getting Book 4 when ever it comes out!!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

t was spring in the Midwest and the perfect storm was brewing.

A scientist of considerable renown, Dr. James Conroy, Jr., was leading a grassroots movement to improve access to medical treatment in the United States. At the same time, a group known as the Crusaders for Common Sense was rallying around the cry, “Stop Playing God with Medicine.” Claiming that medical science merely maintained the body while the soul rotted from within, they stood opposed to Conroy—violently opposed.

Like most residents of St. Louis, Missouri, Sam “Doc” Price and Nicole Veles watched in horror as the violence escalated. But after a noted medical researcher was attacked at Nicole’s apartment, she and Doc were plunged into a world of domestic terrorism.

Doc found an unlikely ally in FBI Special Agent Rebecca Marte. Together, they tried to make sense of the Crusaders’ actions that defied all logic. The terrorists showed no fear of identification—or even death. In the end, Doc risked everything he loved in a final, deadly gambit with the Crusaders, only to find that the cost of his ploy might be more than he was willing to pay.

Read a Chapter or Two Here

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About the Author: (from Amazon)

Bruce Perrin has been writing for more than 20 years, although you will find most of that work only in professional technical journals or conference proceedings. But, after completing a PhD in Industrial Psychology and a career in psychological R&D, he is now applying his background and fascination with technology and the human mind to writing novels. Besides writing, Bruce likes to tinker with home automation and is an avid hiker, logging nearly 2,500 miles each year in the first two years of Fitbit ownership. When he is not on the trails, he lives with his wife in St. Louis, MO. For a closer look at his writing life, book reviews, and progress on his upcoming works, please join him at

Author's Website

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Linda Manns Linneman said...

This sounds like a great read. I am in the medical field and really enjoy fiction or non fiction reading in this area. Thank you so much for sharing this. God Bless

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