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.
Kate Townsend in Plausible Liars:
“Because I’m a huge part of the darkness taking over our world. For most of my adult life, I’ve ignored the commandments. I used God’s name as an adjective and thought sleeping around was fine so long as no one got hurt. But of course, they do, don’t they? Those birth control pills we take mindlessly are abortifacients. They kill human embryos.” She sighed. “Making a god of my career. Offending God without even thinking about it. Sin.” Kate paused. Searching for the right words, only to discover there weren’t any. “I’m with Peter. ‘Where else can we go, Lord? You have the words to eternal life.”
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.
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.
THE BOOK COMMENTARY
A Lindsey McCall Novel by Lin Wilder is a captivating addition to the Dr. Lindsey McCall Medical Mystery series, a gorgeous meld of mystery, suspense, and thriller elements. Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist, Kate Townsend, embarks on a journey to expose the truth behind her controversial series Corrupting America’s Children:
Creating Chemical Eunuchs. Her investigation leads her into the contentious world of transgender politics, where she stumbles upon a complex web of secrets and hidden agendas.
Meanwhile, Dr. Lindsey McCall, the series’ central character, finds herself facing indictment for unintentional murder for the second time in four years. The US Department of Justice accuses both McCall and Townsend of being part of a massive conspiracy, setting the stage for a high-stakes courtroom drama.
Wilder combines innovative medical research with dramatic scenes to create a narrative that keeps readers turning the pages. The author’s meticulous research and attention to detail shine through in the narrative.
The intrigue is aplenty and the story unravels deep layers of deception, especially in high places. The characters are rock-solid. Dr. Lindsey McCall is a complex and relatable protagonist, and her struggles and challenges will resonate with readers. The plot features a lot of intriguing points and resonant themes.
The author has intelligently created a page-turning story on one of the most controversial topics in current US politics — the gender conundrum. I loved the prickling writing, the fully blown characters, and the author’s wonderful sense of setting. The cultural and political elements are cleverly woven into the fabric of the narrative. Plausible Liars:
A Lindsey McCall Novel is a spellbinding mystery that is filled with suspense.