Lin Weeks Wilder

Lin Weeks Wilder

The Best-Selling Book Author That Captivates and Inspires

Lin Wilder has a doctorate in Public Health from the UT Houston with a background in cardiopulmonary physiology, medical ethics, and hospital administration. 

Foreman of the Jury in Plausible Liars:

“Before this case, he’d never given any thought to transgender issues. His employers flew the rainbow flag and celebrated Pride week, so he shrugged and went along with it. It didn’t affect him, so he didn’t care about others’ sexual choices. But he didn’t understand what transgender meant. Until now.”

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Plausible Liars

Finishing anything always involves paradox: the peculiar admixture of joy and sadness that a very long-term goal has been achieved. Okay, but kill the monster? Isn’t that a strange phrase to use when completing a long project- one that has taken years to finish…like a book.

Especially this book! Or is it? I’m a writer but the paradox of completion isn’t limited to writing; instead, it applies to all big, long-term projects.

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The Reluctant Queen 1st Place Feathered Quill BEST BOOKS OF 2022!

From veteran author Lin Wilder comes the story of the orphaned Jewish girl Esther in The Reluctant Queen: The Story of Esther. Wilder’s story uniquely merges historical fact with imagined, well-developed characters…Quill says: Wilder has again penned a top-notch historical fact story with The Reluctant Queen: The Story of Esther. Her writing is fast-paced and intriguing and will leave the reader longing for more.

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Midwest Book Review

“Plausible Liars” is the fifth novel of author Lin Wilder’s award-winning Lindsey McCall medical mystery series. Once again her readers will find embedded into the original storyline innovative medical research loved that is so deftly combined with a dramatic courtroom scenario guaranteed to provoke and challenge her readers. Showcasing Wilder’s genuine flair for originality and the kind of narrative storytelling style that keeps the reader’s full attention from start to finish



"Plausible Liars" by Lin Wilder is a thought-provoking and gripping novel that tackles contemporary issues with depth and precision. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Kate Townsend's journey into the world of transgender politics, alongside Lindsey McCall's legal challenges, makes for a compelling read. Wilder's exploration of complex characters and medical mysteries is both innovative and engaging, leaving readers eager for more.


Wilder crafts a captivating narrative in Plausible Liars: A Dr. Lindsey McCall Medical Mystery, seamlessly merging groundbreaking medical research with a tense courtroom drama. The novel fearlessly tackles contentious subjects, examining far-reaching effects of chemical exposure and the ethical dilemmas inherent in medical practices. Characters, particularly the enigmatic Dr. T, are meticulously sculpted with depth and purpose, immersing readers in a reflective journey exploring human motives and the lasting scars of the psyche.


It seems bizarre to be saying this, but I am genuinely grateful to Lin, and others like her, for sticking her neck out and saying what needs to be said. Even more bizarre is the suggestion that she is taking great risk in doing so, but here we are. Lin has never been one to shy away from controversial issues, and there are few more controversial at the moment than the indoctrination of children by some of the more extreme elements of the trans community, fully supported by those organizations and powerful individuals with a vested interest.

Matt McAvoy

In the riveting fifth installment of Lin Wilder's award-winning medical mystery series, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Kate Townsend finds herself at the epicenter of a cultural controversy. With her series, Corrupting America's Children: Creating Chemical Eunuchs, Kate thrusts herself into the contemporary debate on gender politics. Driven by what she witnessed in her son's pre-kindergarten, she navigates the complexities of transgender politics, unearthing a sinister conspiracy.

Review by Book Excellence

Plausible Liars by Lin Wilder is a medical drama inspired by actual events and information on transgenderism, based on studies of material found on medical gender-affirmation websites. Dr. Lindsay McCall contends with transgender politics and becomes caught up in a provoking and challenging situation. Kate Townsend is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist and has published controversial articles on the dangers and impact of gender transitioning.

Angelique Papayannopoulos

Plausible Liars is a work of fiction in the mystery, legal drama, and suspense subgenres, and is part of the Dr. Lindsey McCall Medical Mystery series. The work is best suited to the general adult reading audience. Penned by author Lin Wilder, this engaging tale delves into the explosive world of parenting politics, intertwining the lives of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Kate Townsend and Dr. Lindsey McCall. .

K.C. Finn

Plausible Liars by Lin Wilder is a legal and medical mystery. Investigative journalist Kate Townsend wrote and published a series exposing transgender issues in children. The inspiration for the series came from Danny, a three-year-old victim who attended the same preschool as Kate's child. Danny’s teacher felt obligated to affirm his gender identity after he called himself a girl a couple of times. From a young age,

Alma Boucher

Lin Wilder, known for her expertise in non-fiction, has ventured into the world of fiction with her fifth installment in the Lindsey McCall medical mystery series, “Plausible Liars.” Delve into Wilder’s innovative narrative, which intricately navigates into the complexities of transgender politics and courtroom drama, offering readers a unique perspective on these themes.

London Book Reviews

Wilder’s transition from non-fiction to fiction showcases her versatility as a writer. Her medical mystery series highlights her storytelling abilities, and with “Plausible Liars,” she introduces readers to an entirely new challenge by creating characters that resonate with authenticity. This fifth book in the Lindsey McCall series combines innovative medical research with a gripping courtroom scenario, resulting in an engaging reading experience.

London Book Reviews

“Plausible Liars” presents a captivating narrative where the extraordinary becomes plausible. The story revolves around indictment, secrets, and the intricacies of transgender politics, drawing readers into a world filled with suspense and hidden truths. Readers gain a deeper understanding of these complex issues through the personal struggles of the characters. Wilder challenges readers to question their preconceived notions about these subjects.

London Book Reviews

One of the book’s standout features is the author’s talent for creating characters who feel not only real but also profoundly relatable. These characters are an integral part of the story, forging an emotional connection between the reader and the narrative.

London Book Reviews

The courtroom setting also adds an intriguing layer to the narrative, prompting readers to reassess their perceptions of the characters and the issues at hand. Wilder’s ability to immerse readers in the courtroom proceedings is nothing short of remarkable.

London Book Reviews

This book is not just a story but an experience, offering readers a chance to step into the shoes of characters far outside their own lived experiences. Are you ready to dive into a world where fiction becomes an immersive experience? Grab your copy today and become part of the conversation.

London Book Reviews

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