Wednesday, October 15, 2008

COUNTDOWN TO DEATH


COUNTDOWN TO DEATH
BY
DEBBY GIUSTI


MEDICAL MYSTERY . . . OR MURDER?

How did five people from a small Georgia town contract a rare, deadly disease? Medical researcher Allison Stewart has to work against the clock to find out. Yet before she can ask one question, someone tries to kill her. A handsome recluse who is shrouded in suspicion saves her. Many believe Luke Garrison is guilty of a decade-old murder—a murder with ties to Allison’s case. Allison dares to work closely with Luke. But is she setting herself up to become victim number six?

I’m thrilled to announce the launch of COUNTDOWN TO DEATH, the first book in my Magnolia Medical series, which is in bookstores today. PROTECTING HER CHILD will follow in May 2009, and I’m currently working on book three.

In each Magnolia Medical story, you’ll meet laboratory professionals on the cutting edge of medical breakthroughs. Battling killer diseases in the lab, they also face human enemies who threaten them and the people they love.

I'll be signing at various locations this month. If I'm in your area, please stop by and say hello!

OCT 16
4:30 - 7 pm
Omega Book Center
Peachtree City, GA

OCT 18
3-5 pm
Barnes and Noble at the Forum
Norcross, GA

OCT 22
11 am - 2 pm
Fort Stewart Main Post Exchange
Fort Stewart, GA

NOV 1
11 am
Southern Magic Readers Luncheon
Birmingham, AL

NOV 14
4-6 pm
Fort Campbell Main Post Exchange
Fort Campbell, KY

NOV 15
11 am - 2 pm
Fort Knox Main Post Exchange
Fort Knox, KY

NOV 17
11 am
Fort Knox Community Spouse Club
Fort Knox, KY

I'm also blogging today at www.seekerville.blogspot.com. Leave a comment here and also at the Seekerville blog to get your name in the drawing for book giveaways!

Happy writing!

Wishing you abundant blessings!
Debby Giusti

Visit me online at www.DebbyGiusti.com

2 comments:

Ellen said...

I've always liked medical mysteries. As a child Cherry Ames was one of my favorite series of books. I look forward to reading the Magnolia Medical series.

Debby Giusti said...

Hi Ellen,
Glad you like medicals! Sometimes writing in a specialized genre limits the number of folks who want to read the book.