Book Promotion: Grievous Bodily Harm by Jane Bennett Munro

Today’s book promotion comes from Jane Bennett Munro and her book called Grievous Bodily Harm. If you like mysteries, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!

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Book: Grievous Bodily Harm
Author: Jane Bennett Munro
Genre:
Mystery

Publisher: CreateSpace
Format: Paperback, Kindle, and Nook
Released:
2013

Summary:

Contains some strong language, which may not be appropriate for teens

A new administrator is hired to ease the transition when overcrowded and landlocked Perrine Memorial Hospital is bought out by a behemoth hospital system that covers much of the Pacific Northwest and promises to build a new hospital in Twin Falls. But Marcus Manning, a good ole boy with roots in Twin Falls, far from making anything easier, manages to earn the enmity of medical staff and employees alike as he ruthlessly goes about eliminating anyone who might oppose him in his quest to become not only CEO of Perrine Memorial, but CEO of the entire system.

Unwisely, he starts his campaign with pathologist Toni Day, who blows the whistle on Marcus’s twisted campaign of lies, blackmail and sexual abuse until the medical staff finally considers firing him, but is saved the trouble by someone with a more permanent solution … of cyanide.

Toni, as one of the prime suspects, is forced to solve the mystery of Marcus’s murder to keep herself out of jail, and as she delves further into the private lives of those involved in Marcus’s life, finds herself forced to kill in order to save her life and finally learn the truth.

The Author:

Jane’s Website : Here
Jane’s Blog: Here

Where did you get your idea for this story?
My experiences with a hospital administrator who was not quite as evil as Marcus Manning, but still pretty bad. It took years for him to anger enough people to get him fired. Nobody killed him.


I want to thank Jane Bennett Munro for allowing me to promote her book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read Grievous Bodily Harm!

Book Promotion: Murder Under the Microscope by Jane Bennett Munro

Today’s book promotion comes from Jane Bennett Munro and her book called Murder Under the Microscope. If you like mysteries, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!

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Book: Murder Under the Microscope
Author: Jane Bennett Munro
Genre:
Mystery

Publisher: iUniverse (Editor’s Choice)
Format: Paperback, Kindle, and Nook
Released:
2011

Summary:

Contains some strong language, which may not be appropriate for teens

“There was a dead body in my office. It wasn’t mine, and I didn’t put it there.”

Dr. Antoinette Day, a young and successful pathologist in a small rural hospital, had no idea what she was in for when a beautiful female general surgeon came to the hospital to fill in for a colleague recovering from a heart attack.

The newcomer makes Toni’s life a living hell while taking every opportunity to discredit her with her other medical colleagues. When the surgeon is conveniently murdered, Toni is the obvious suspect, especially since the body is found in her office.

Now Toni finds herself in the position of having to solve the murder to keep from being convicted of it herself. The last thing she needs is to have a former boyfriend show up and start stalking her and threatening her husband.

Stubbornly, Toni continues to delve into the mysteries surrounding the deceased and soon finds that it’s not just her freedom that’s at stake, but her life.

The Author:
Jane’s Website : Here
Jane’s Blog: Here

Where did you get your idea for this story?
This is derived from an experience I had when I was much younger and less experienced. A female physician came to my hospital to provide weekend call. Eventually she was filling in during the work week as well. She was abusive to my techs and antagonistic to me, even to the point of writing letters to administration and other doctors about how incompetent I was. I didn’t kill her. Eventually she was asked to leave. Even at the time I decided that someday I’d write a book about her and kill her off.


I want to thank Jane Bennett Munro for allowing me to promote her book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read Murder Under the Microscope!