Author: J.A. Schneider

Category: Thrillers & Suspense

Regular price: $0.99

Deal price: Free

Deal starts: August 04, 2022

Deal ends: August 04, 2022


"Holy hell, what a read!"

- The Reading Café

"Incredible thriller that will leave you breathless!!

- The Kindle Book Review

"Immediately reels you into a whirlwind!"

- Readers Favorite

Is a malignant genius tinkering with women's bodies...?

Obstetrical intern Jill Raney determines to investigate tragedies at a famous fertility hospital. When two pregnant women die and a fetus is born with severe abnormalities, Jill's superiors - including handsome, smitten-with-her resident David Levine - insist there's no common link.But her suspicions deepen with the murder of a third pregnant woman. And when a fourth woman miscarries and then disappears, Jill frantically searches for her - following a terrifying path that seems to link all the victims: Is someone playing with life...and the structures of human life itself?

Advance praise for EMBRYO

"From the first line, your heart is pounding, your breath quickens. Reading EMBRYO - wow - is a nonstop thrill ride, plus I learned things. I do know about the birth of the world's first test tube baby, Louise Joy Brown in England; so to those who call this science it isn't, it's HERE. They can do this. EMBRYO is a stunning page turner. The action is non-stop, and just when you think you know what's happening, you find out that you don't. The sections describing the progression of hominids (our earliest fossil ancestors) to Cro-Magnon Man are fascinating & come astonishingly to life. There's also a love story that I loved. Five stars!" Goodreads reviewer Charlotte Wills

"This blew me away. It's breathtaking and original from anything I've read. I also have a mad crush on alpha male David Levine - this is an incredible love story too!" Goodreads reviewer Emma Fournier

"Wonderfully suspenseful. As a physician, I can confirm that the research and details are perfect, the scenarios brilliant. The pace is high speed and, most astonishing, what is depicted here is not only possible but is already being done. Mainly, it's a terrifically exciting read." Goodreads reviewer Martin Dempsey, M.D.