Update: The audiobook is now out! Thanks to Esther from Macmillan Audio, I have a clip to share.
Click here: Oath Of Office webclip
If ever there was a cautionary tale against genetic food modification, Oath of Office is it. The author combines medical mystery with political corruption in a suspenseful, fast-paced thriller that is a real page turner. I was stepping outside my usual genres by picking up this book, and I’m ever so glad that I did. I particularly enjoy books that take me outside of my realm of knowledge and experience and teach me something new while entertaining me. I found that Oath of Office did that very well. I also liked the main characters a great deal and appreciated that they had baggage. Palmer was able to make doctors and politicians into people to whom the reader could relate. This book had high speed car chases, shootouts, medical traumas, radiated termites, murder, and romance. It came together in a plot that was frighteningly believable yet surprising and nearly seamless. I enjoyed it immensely and highly recommend it for a quick read with a bonus adrenaline rush. Note: This book does contain some foul language, sexual situations, and violence.
Please note, in compliance with FTC guidelines, I was provided an advance reader copy by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Click here to read an excerpt.