NEW! Available July 25
In Vitro: Hannah Kline Mysteries Book 5
The fifth exciting story of the Hannah Kline mystery series
Conceiving a second child is supposed to be easy but when Mother Nature refuses to cooperate, obstetrician Hannah Kline finds herself in the uncomfortable role of an infertility patient. Her in-vitro fertilization procedure is on schedule until her doctor disappears, and Hannah and her partner Detective Daniel Ross, are plunged into the middle of a murder investigation.
Dr. Louise Waldman was the well respected senior partner in a leading infertility practice, but Hannah and Daniel soon learn that Louise had an undercover life and dangerous secrets. While Daniel pursues the forensics and a domestic terrorism connection, Hannah investigates a shady business deal and an old romance turned sour. Both are determined to bring Louise’s killer to justice, but it isn’t easy to simultaneously solve a murder, plan a wedding, attempt a pregnancy and grieve for a friend and colleague.
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ALSO AVAILABLE LAst Resort: Sisters in Crime 2017 Anthology
LAst Resort (Sisters in Crime Los Angeles Anthology 2017
Featuring “On Call for Murder,” a new Hannah Kline short story.
In this new short story, Hannah moves to Los Angeles from Boston to begin her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology. She assists celebrity doctor Charles Avery on a routine Cesarean Section, and is devastated when her patient develops unforeseen complications and dies. When Dr. Avery is shot to death in his office, Hannah realizes that more than one murder may have taken place and follows the clues to an unexpected solution.
About Paula Bernstein
Paula Bernstein is an author who likes to think of herself as a multi-faceted career woman. She began her professional career as an academic chemist with a doctorate from Caltech. After realizing that she liked people far more than laboratory equipment, she went to Medical School and spent the next thirty years as a successful practicing obstetrician gynecologist.