Authors on Stage with Mark Rubinstein
Mark Rubenstein, mix master of medicine, the mind and murder, returns to the Library to introduce his latest thriller, Love Gone Mad. Mark will speak at the Library on Wednesday, September 25 at 12 noon. Light refreshments will be served.
Love Gone Mad is filled with action and psychological suspense. When heart surgeon Adrian Douglas and Megan Haggarty, RN, meet at the hospital where they work, they have no idea of the terrifying events that lie ahead. Strange and frightening things begin happening to both of them, and it becomes evident that they are being stalked. What is also evident is the level of brilliance and craftiness the stalker possesses – and the lengths to which he or she will go to exact revenge. Even after the trial for attempted murder is over and life seems to return to normal, the couple is met with new, chilling surprises that threaten them and the medical community around them.
Mark Rubinstein is a physician, psychiatrist and assistant professor of psychiatry, and an author who writes mystery/thrillers about people involved in life or death struggles with forces beyond their control. In addition to his private psychiatry practice he has taught psychiatric residents, interns, psychologists, and social workers at New York Presbyterian Hospital and became a clinical assistant professor at Cornell University’s medical school. Prior to publishing fiction, Rubinstein coauthored five non-fiction medical books on subjects ranging from psychiatric disabilities and depression to breast cancer and heart disease.
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