A writer who consistently gets five stars from top reviewers. What Reviewers Say ***** "Look out Robin Cook and Tess Gerritsen- there is new competition in the medical thriller field!" - ***** "...a difficult book to put down" - ***** "This book will blow your mind away" - ***** "A must read!" Joan Meijer is the author of over twenty fiction and non-fiction books writing as herself and as thriller writer John Russell. Her most recent fiction releases as Joan Meijer are "Relentless: The Search For Typhoid Mary." A fictional treatment of one of the most interesting medical mysteries in history. "The Provenance" Inspired by a true Rescue - riveting "Date Rape: It's Not Your Fault" an instructional non-fiction book - how to avoid being raped and what to do if you can't. Joan won The Author's Show Contest "50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading" and will be included in the 2011 edition of the book by that title. She is also one of the 2010 and 2011 winning writers in National Novel Writing Month - completing her book "Relentless: The Search for Typhoid Mary" now available in Kindle in 2010 and "The Bridge" a story about a bridge collapse for 2011 - still in revision. Joan is the former president of The National Emergency Care Advisory Council which worked with the major Networks Program Practices Departments to correctly represent first aid in programming. She is a former New York City Paramedic. Her books are available on Kindle and Create Space. In the area of non-fiction you can find "How To Write A Book That Positions You As An Expert In Your Field" and "The Character Book" on Kindle. Writing as John Russell: "The Initiative" a medical thriller about a terrorist anthrax attack on New York City "The President's Dirty Little Secret" a political thriller that leads directly to the Oval Office. "Accidental Consequences" - an Atomic Thriller - An alternative outcome to what might have happened when Valerie Plame was outed.
- The Search for Typhoid Mary
- By: Joan Meijer
- Narrated by: Mil Nicholson
- Length: 6 hrs and 2 mins
In 1906, George Soper of the New York Department of Health, was asked to conduct a private investigation of an unusual typhoid outbreak in Oyster Bay New York....
Good story & educational
- By cuevas210 on 04-20-16
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