Pilz: A prescription for murder

Today, I sidestep my usual humor in writing to introduce you to Pilz, a sizzling crime thriller published by my friend and fellow blogger, J. K. Royce. She is a former Michigan Assistant Attorney General whose legal career exposed her to the dark side of the medical profession. Download Pilz free this week and pass along the link to your friends.

Pilz J. K. Royce book

PILZ: Free This Weekend

Click HERE to download the Kindle version of PILZ free on Amazon.com Saturday, Sunday and Monday, August 31 – September 2, 2013.

From the back cover:

PILZ: prescription drugs used for recreational purposes.

What happens when doctors who have sworn to do no harm become the enemy?

Assistant Attorney General Casey Lawrence believes her biggest problem is her ex-husband camped in the guestroom. That annoyance escalates to major trouble when she enters her blood-spattered study. Her ex is missing, and she becomes the prime suspect in his disappearance. A grisly crime she committed seventeen years earlier sucks her into a conspiracy between a drug kingpin and doctors selling prescriptions. The stakes are her career, her freedom and her life. The only cards she holds are her wits, a well-honed survival instinct and the loyalty of an ex-cop with questionable ethics. Will those be enough to win the deadly game?

PILZ is a sizzling crime thriller written by an insider whose legal career exposed her to the underbelly of the medical profession. It is spine-tingling murder and betrayal that will leave you wondering how far to trust your family doctor.


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One response to “Pilz: A prescription for murder

  1. Thanks Vi. I appreciate you letting your friends know about PILZ. Your gracious compliments mean all the more coming form a polished and professional writer like you.

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