Over the Edge by Brandilyn Collins

bookcover.phpDr. Brock McNeil is a researcher and professor specializing in tick-borne diseases–especially Lyme. Living the seemingly perfect life with his wife Janessa & their young daughter, both are unaware of one man’s plan to destroy their lives, a man who will stop at nothing to prove his point. A man willing to break into a home and plant a disease filled tick on Janessa, leaving her to wonder, was she dreaming. Dr. Brock’s recommendations, findings and treatment of Lyme are used by doctors across the country to treat their patients. For years he has insisted that Chronic Lyme Disease doesn’t exist. Even as patients are getting sicker and even dying. The committee Brock chairs is about to report its latest findings–which will further shut the door on Lyme treatment. One revengeful man sets out to prove Dr. McNeil wrong by giving him a close-up view of the devastation this very disease he denies takes on a person by infecting his wife with Lyme. The man who infects Janessa states his demand: convince your husband to publicly reverse his stand on Lyme–or their young daughter and others will be next. But Janessa’s marriage is already rocky. Her husband admits to seeing someone else and he’s leaving her. He believes she is making this whole thing up so he will feel sorry for her. She’s so sick she can hardly move or think. She seemingly has one person in her corner, the police detective called to investigate the threatening phone calls. Suddenly someone is in the house again. Unusual turn of events leads to one dramatic ending. Brandilyn Collins has written a page turner.

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