Friday, March 21, 2014

Blurb Blitz Tour & Giveaway for Silent Fear by Barbara Ebel


Welcome to my stop on author Barbara Ebel’s Blurb Blitz Tour for Silent Fear, presented by Goddess Fish Promotions.  Please leave a comment or question to let Barbara know you stopped by.  Barbara will be awarding a Gifted copy via Amazon Kindle for the first Dr. Danny Tilson Novel: Operation Neurosurgeon: You never know … who’s in the OR to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour, please be sure to leave your email address with your comment.  You can follow the rest of Barbara’s tour here, the more stops you visit the better your odds of winning.
Silent Fear
By Barbara Ebel
Dr. Danny Tilson Novel, #2

Publisher:  Barbara Ebel, M.D.
Release Date: March 10, 2014
Genre: Medical Mystery/Suspense
Length: 278 Pages
ISBN:  978-0-991158904
ASIN:  B00IXUMQXI

Buy Links:  Amazon B&NKobo

About the book: 

A devastating meningitis outbreak is sweeping nationwide at breakneck speed. Although not blamed, brain surgeon Dr. Danny Tilson’s recent surgeries happened just before his hospital patients and staff acquired the frightening malady.

Danny becomes the pivotal player of an investigation when the CDC, a neurologist, and an infectious disease specialist are summoned for their expertise.  The root of the outbreak is an enigma, the sinister organism is a mystery, and the timeline of its victims is complicated.

Hang on for the ride as Dr. Danny straightens out his personal life while confronted with an epidemic of frightening proportions and consequences.  The pandemic of the millennium has no cure in sight!  And while Danny’s colleagues, patients and staff are falling dead around him, perhaps the most crucial question of all is - why has Danny been spared?



Excerpt


Bill shook his head as he slid further back in his chair. The meeting seemed to be taking a toll on him. “She has flu-like symptoms,” he said, “complained less of a headache although she does have one. And she’s developed a fever, which is getting higher despite an antipyretic. Nothing so far has shown up abnormal on her blood work.”

“I’ll get to her after Dr. Talbot,” Tim said. “Each of these patients needs infectious disease precautions. Let’s isolate them.”

Danny rapped his knuckles on the table with a sudden thought. “Either of you have a problem if I call in Dr. Joelle Lewis?”

Tim moved his cane to the side and got up. He stepped to the right and left, unkinking his cramps. “I’ve never worked with her, but I’ve heard of her. By all means, give her a call.”

“I think we have ample concern,” Bill added, “that it’s also time to call in the CDC.”

Danny had made notes. He double checked their plan and who was going to do what. He tensed his lips, searched his colleagues faces. “I’m going to see how busy the OR is with after hour emergencies.”

Tim paused stretching and looked as quizzical as Bill. “What do you have in mind, Danny?”

“We can’t wait for Harold’s cerebrospinal fluid to possibly grow something out on a Petri dish in the lab. I need to do a brain biopsy on my colleague.”




AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Barbara Ebel is an anesthesiologist-turned author. She'll give you an edgy view into the O.R. and deliver credible medicine in the background of her fiction, where plots and vivid characters get center stage. Even the ‘bug’  involved In Silent Fear is based on a rare, real organism.

‘Doctor Barbara’s’ Dr. Danny Tilson Novels take place in Tennessee; the first one is Operation Neurosurgeon, but both books can stand alone. Besides penning other adult books, she is also the author and illustrator of Chester the Chesapeake, a children's picture book series about her therapy dog. She lives with her husband and pets in a TN protected wildlife corridor.

Website with purchase links:   http://barbaraebel.weebly.com

Twitter:   @BarbaraEbel



5 comments:

  1. Good morning and thanks for hosting me. Are there any dog lovers stopping by today?

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  2. Yes, I have two dogs. One is a rescue and the other a cute Maltese. I enjoyed learning about the novel and your background as an anesthesiologist since they are so important and give us life. This book sounds memorable and captivating. best wishes. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. Hi Traveler! I'm happy to hear you have two and one is a rescue. I have three dogs and two were strays. My Chessie, Chester, is in my Dr. Danny novels, but I've renamed him "Dakota." (Some of his scenes are true)!
    Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. I love dogs but don't have any. We live in a small condo on the beach and there just isn't room.

    lag110 at mchsi dot com

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