7QT – 7 More Recommended Alternatives

seven-quick-takes-friday-2-1024x727On Tuesday, several bloggers and myself took part in a #ShowUsYourList campaign to offer reading that is good, true and beautiful. My post here at my blog focused on Theology of the Body Fiction. I also posted a similar article at Amazing Catechists, entitled “The Antidote of 30 Shades of Degradation: TOB Fiction” and at Catholic Mom under the title, “Trash or TOB: 50 Shades Versus Soul-Satisfying Fiction.”

Today I’d like to recommend seven more novels that are good, true and beautiful entertainment! Please check these books out!

1. Treason by Dena Hunt

2. Fatal Rhythm by R. B. O’Gorman

3. Hijacked by Leslie Lynch

4. Jane E. Friendless Orphan by Erin McCole Cupp

5. Frozen Footprints by Therese Heckenkamp

6. The Soul Reader by Gerard Webster

7. Georgios by A.K. Frailey


Sunday Snippets – January 17

Photo copyright Ellen Gable Hrkach

Photo copyright Ellen Gable Hrkach

Please join me and other Catholic bloggers at RAnn’s Place where we share posts from the previous week.

It was a slow week for blogging, although I did manage two posts about Catholic fiction.

A Subtle Grace Reviews – special thanks to the four bloggers who agreed to read and review my book!

Fatal Rhythm Book Review

Check out the other bloggers’ posts at RAnn’s Place!

Fatal Rhythm – R. B. O’Gorman

FatalRhythmCheck out this medical thriller by fellow Catholic Writers Guild member, R. B. O’Gorman!

From the synopsis: In the pre-dawn hours of the graveyard shift, the ICU at the Houston Heart Institute is quiet, and quietly patients are dying. Surgery resident Joe Morales dreams of becoming a rich heart doctor. First, he must survive his assignment to an ICU rife with land mines–unexplained patient deaths, rival faculty, fellow resident saboteurs, a cost-slashing administrator, a ruthless insurance executive, a seductive head nurse, a jealous wife, a critically ill son, an overprotective mother, and an orderly distraught over his daughter’s death. To salvage the career he thought he wanted, Joe must determine the cause of the suspicious deaths. In the process, he’s forced to re-examine the ethnic and religious heritage that he had rejected.

I thoroughly enjoyed Fatal Rhythm, the new medical thriller by R. B. O’Gorman. Believable characters, an exciting plot and a mystery that had me turning the pages quickly toward the end. Very believable scenario. O’Gorman’s medical background made this an authentic, believable story. His writing style is polished, his characters well-developed and the plot kept me guessing until the last few pages. Highly recommend.

Fatal Rhythm is available in paperback or on Kindle.