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July 20, 2017

Ghost Heart {Lisa Harris, Lynne Gentry}

ghost heart lisa harris lynne gentry
A brutal murder convinces surgeon Mia Kendall there’s more than she imagined to the mysterious spike in heart transplant rejections. Determined to find answers before she loses another patient, Mia gets sucked into a dangerous international medical web. With time running out for her youngest transplant recipient, Mia is forced to partner with a disillusioned ex-military pilot who flies brokered organs across East Africa. But searching for the truth will prove costly for the unlikely duo racing to stop a madman before he annihilates a rare and cursed bloodline. 

My Thoughts:
This book. I admit this book started a little slow for me and I was concerned it was not going to hold my attention. But I am so glad I kept with it because it turned out to be one of the best books I have read in a long time.

The first many chapters of this book are used to introduce us to characters and their settings. Much of this book is set in Africa, but several chapters are set in America as the Taylor family struggles to keep their daughter alive. Once Charlotte and Kelsey arrive in Africa for Kelsey's heart transplant, we get to see this book come to life.

Scandle is taking place at every turn, and more than a handful of characters find themselves fighting for the right to live. Secrets are revealed, relationships are tested, and several surprises come to light as Mia fights to discover the truth behind the Africa transplant patients. I found myself completely intrigued by the story line and saddened to remember that human sacrifice for profit has been a reality in some parts of our world.

Harris and Gentry to an amazing job with this story and it is worth a spot on your reading list.

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