Willow's Baby

Willow's Baby

by H E Fairbanks


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ISBN-13: 9781482361087
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/29/2013
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.64(d)

About the Author

Author of CENTAUR, the enormously popular and soon to be highly acclaimed suspense novel, h.e. Fairbanks is a former medical editor and current member of Pikes Peak Writers. She spends one third of her day writing, one third researching, another third worrying about attracting the attention of federal authorities because of research about explosives, poisons, firearms, murder, mayhem, kidnapping, projectiles, explosives, plagues, toxins, and other implements of destruction in addition to basic facts about, well, federal authorities. "It's for the novels," she swears. The last third of her day (how many thirds was that?) she spends tending her tiny bonsai forest and diminutive family in beautiful Southern Colorado.

Ms. Fairbanks is the author of CENTAUR, the first novel in the Sterling Suspense series, and WILLOW'S BABY, sequel and book two in the series. She is currently deep into the third Sterling novel, BUTTONED DOWN, with an estimated release date of early 2014.

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Willow's Baby 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MomcatKL More than 1 year ago
The book had me hooked from the first page. A six-year-old girl in a white dress, pregnant, with a sword thrust through her belly fleeing in horseback – I had to know what happened. It is a true page-turner, full of plot twists, government conspiracies, suspense, a body count that bothered me when I thought about it, great characters, and moments of humor. It is actually the second book in a series. I want to read the first now. For the most part the book stands alone but I would definitely have understood one of the characters better if I had read the first book. I actually stopped reading at one point to look up back-story on one of the characters so I would better understand her behavior. My only negative comment has to do with format, not story. It would be helpful if there was a visual clue, extra space or a symbol, to show when the point of view shifts. Usually I like to write a brief summary but with this book I am afraid I will end up with spoilers if I do. This time I will just give a few hints. Two friends, Dr. Jeffery Sterling and Dr. Peter Gregory, rescue the young girl, Willow. They are joined by top FBI agents Dr. Alex Hunter and Vince Harris in their efforts to find out what happened to Willow, who killed her family and tried to kill her, and who killed six other girls and their families. The answer involves human cloning, harvesting body parts for transplants, and government conspiracies at high levels. Disclosure: I received this book as part of a Goodreads giveaway on the premise that I would review it.