Eileen Dreyer spent sixteen years as a trauma nurse before turning to writing. She is trained in death investigation and is an active member of the International Association of Forensic Nurses. Her novel Bad Medicine was nominated for the prestigious Anthony Award.
In Dreyer's new book, Brain Dead, trauma nurse Timmie Parker is searching for peace in Puckett, MO. But what she discovers in the small-town ER doesn't help her sleep better than before. Too many people are entering the hospital and leaving it dead. And nobody seems worried but her.
Discuss Dreyer's work below...
Eileen Dreyer's books are great! A lot along the lines of Patricia Cornwell--and she has other books out besides Brain Dead that are just as good.
I've read all of Eileen Dreyer's books. I have an autographed copy of "A Man to Die For," her first medical mystery. She writes some other books, too, under a pseudonym, I think. A clerk at my local Waldenbooks told me this, but I can't remember what it is (didn't write it down). I really like her work, always good suspense and great twists. "Brain Dead" is her first hard cover book, the rest were all paperbacks; I think the first four are being reprinted in hard cover.
I wouldn't be surprised if all her books were re-released, they were great! If you like this type of mystery, try Tess Gerritsen.
Eileen's writing is tight, funny and compelling. Brain Dead is more of the same. Every book is a keeper!
(p.S. nancy---try Kathleen Korbel