Bette Golden Lamb
Bette Golden and J.J. Lamb: Bette Golden Lamb, a feisty ex-Bronxite, writes crime novels and plays with clay. Her sculptures and other artistic creations appear in exhibitions, galleries, and stores. She also hangs out with her fifty-plus rose bushes, or sneaks out to movies when she should be writing. Being an RN is a huge clue as to why she writes medical thrillers and Sci-Fi novels. J. J. Lamb intended to become an aeronautical engineer/pilot, but was seduced by journalism. An AP career was interrupted by the Army, which gave him a Top Secret clearance, a locked room with table, chair, and typewriter—and the time to write short stories. A paperback PI series followed, including No Pat Hands, a 2014 Shamus Award nominee from Private Eye Writers of America. The Lambs live in Northern California.
The Killing Vote
by Bette Golden Lamb
Seven days! The deadline to stop a political-corporate scheme from legally murdering vulnerable patients. But an in-your-face, advocacy group for seniors hires an aggressive, semi-retired investigative journalist to expose the government-corporate scheme to enact legislation that will legalize selective euthanasia— gutting Medicare for the poor and powerless—all for money.
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