New York Times bestselling author CJ Lyons returns to the front lines of the struggle between life and death in the second Angels of Mercy novel…
On rotation at Pittsburgh’s Angels of Mercy Hospital and struggling to finish medical school, Amanda Mason can’t afford to make any mistakes—or to reveal a troubling secret. Mysterious symptoms that defy diagnosis have been affecting her performance, and as she struggles to keep control, the only person who seems to notice is the irritatingly observant and sexy Dr. Lucas Stone.
But when one patient starts experiencing the same strange symptoms dies and another slips into a coma, Amanda realizes the clock is ticking on her own survival. With the help of her friends—Gina, a roommate recovering from her own trauma; Lydia, a streetwise ER attending; and Nora, a by-the-book charge nurse—Amanda must solve this medical mystery before she becomes the next victim…
Warning Signs includes a teaser for the third Angels of Mercy novel, Urgent Care.
CJ Lyons is the New York Times bestselling author of several thrillers, including the Angels of Mercy novels Lifelines, Warning Signs, Urgent Care, and Critical Condition. She is trained in pediatric emergency medicine and has worked as a crisis counselor,… More about CJ Lyons
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Published by InterMix Mar 19, 2013| 318 Pages| ISBN 9781101608333
“[A] spot-on debut…a breathtakingly fast-paced medical thriller.”—Publishers Weekly
"A pulse-pounding adrenaline rush…Reminds me of ER back in the days of George Clooney and Julianna Margulies.”—New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner
“Lyons captures the frenetic setting of the ER with a smooth style.”—Newsday
“A fantastic and wild journey through the fast-paced world of a big-city ER. With rich, fascinating and complex characters and a thoroughly compelling mystery.”—New York Times bestselling author Allison Brennan
“A gripping narrative full of suspense, complex relationships and real, honest human emotion.”—Pittsburgh Magazine
“Harrowing…irresistible.” —New York Times bestselling author Susan Wiggs