Thursday, May 2, 2019

Bitter Pill by Richard L. Mabry, M.D.

Book Blurb:


“Brother” Bob Bannister is content with his life and his itinerant healing ministry, until one night he finds that the woman who walks off the stage under her own power isn’t one of his shills. At that point, doubts begin to intrude on his previously untroubled existence.

Dr. Abby Davis is tired of her family practice and at odds with God. Dealing with critically ill and dying patients has crushed her spirit to the point she’s ready to quit. But she soon realizes that there’s more to healing than ministering to the physical body.

Scott Anderson was the oldest graduate of his seminary class. Then again, most of them hadn’t turned away from a medical practice, hoping to atone for past mistakes (including his wife’s death) by ministering to men’s souls. Now he hopes he hasn’t made a colossal mistake in switching careers. 

Each of these individuals becomes linked to the other, and each finds that God has a purpose for them—but, as it often does, the lesson comes with discomfort.

My Review:

Dr. Richard Mabry is a Doctor turned author.  His books are so good.  This is a novella style, somewhat shorter length book, but like the others I have read, it is captivating.  You will enjoy the mystery, the cooperation between the characters and the reliance on God.  It's a great read and I highly recommend it.

I received an ebook copy from the author.  All thoughts are my own.

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