Book Review—Interference

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Put the words “quantum” and “thriller” together, and in the right hands, you’re bound to get action, science, and danger in a tale that will make your head spin. That’s what Interference is. Author Brad Parks weaves in just enough physics and biology to make the story believable. And to keep you guessing, he tosses in a fascinating gaggle of characters who may or may not be all they appear to be.

Thrillers are fun. What kept me going, though, was the abiding love between Brigid and her husband, Matt. Simply put, they adore each other.

Everyone, it seems, wants in on Matt’s research at Dartmouth—including the government and a sketchy billionaire. Then, he goes missing. Interestingly, Brigid is losing her hearing. But that doesn’t stop her in her pursuit to find her husband. The woman is relentless.

Surprises abound in this story of how we push our limits of understanding to create something new while attracting those who would take it away. If you’re in the mood for a fun ride, check out Interference.

You can find this review at Goodreads.

Book Description

From international bestselling author Brad Parks comes an emotional, heart-pounding thriller that explores the scientific unknown—and one woman’s efforts to save her husband from its consequences.

Quantum physicist Matt Bronik is suffering from strange, violent seizures that medical science seems powerless to explain—much to the consternation of his wife, Brigid.

Matt doesn’t think these fits could be related to his research, which he has always described as benign and esoteric. That, it turns out, is not quite true: Matt has been prodding the mysteries of the quantum universe, with terrible repercussions for his health. And perhaps even for humanity as a whole.

Then, in the midst of another seizure, Matt disappears. When foul play is feared, there is no shortage of suspects. Matt’s research had gained the attention of Chinese competitors, an unscrupulous billionaire, and the Department of Defense, among others.

With Matt’s life in clear danger, Brigid sets out to find him. Will Matt be killed before she reaches him, or could the physics that endangered him actually be used to save his life?

Where to Buy

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September 2020 Highlights and Jane Doe

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Greetings! Well, we made it through summer. A friend suggested that if anything bad happens the rest of the year, go ahead and blame it on 2020. “You totaled your car?” “Hey, it’s 2020, man.” That kind of thinking makes me feel better.

Book News

As a reminder, The Blood She Wore, Book 3 in the Sarah Greene Mysteries series, is due to be published on November 2, 2020. You can learn more here.

I’m taking a break from the supernatural and turning my attention to a new thriller series, Jane Doe Cycle. Check this out for a sneak peek at the newest entry in the Tell Me When I’m Dead universe.

Speaking of Tell Me When I’m Dead, Book 1 is now free in the US, UK, and Canada. Use this link to grab a copy.

Recommended Reading

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If you’re into psychological thrillers, take a look at Don’t Tell Teacher by Suzy K Quinn. How far will a mother go to shield her child from an abusive ex-husband? You can read my review here.

Recommended Viewing

Hey, remember Jeffrey Dean Morgan from Supernatural and The Walking Dead? Well, now you can catch him in The Possession, now showing on Amazon Prime. A young girl acquires an antique box at a yard sale, unaware that inside lives a demonic spirit known as a dybbuk. Creepy stuff.

See you next month, when I go on the hunt for a Luigi costume with extra-wide pants for Halloween. Peace and love.