Winterbourne

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Pub Date 05 May 2022 | Archive Date 29 Sep 2022

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Description

Winterbourne, set in 1962, is a family-oriented community, surrounding a winterbourne stream, in Northern California. It is full of white, three rail fences, and equestrian properties. A violent motor vehicle accident and the unsuccessful resuscitation of the victim, a homeless drug using man, by Doctor Franklin Carson and his Labrador, Winston, calls attention to a problem in the small community.

A heroin drug ring is rumored, centered around a violent resident of Winterbourne. The resident is Del Grogan, known as the Redman. He is a ruddy complexioned red-haired man with a distinctive disabling absence of his right arm, lost surgically after an intravenous drug related infection. His father is the corrupt, politically powerful Irish immigrant, Theodore Grogan. It is the search for Theodore's young fiancé, that reveals a secret scandal that will tear apart the community.

The story is an evocative tale of murder, revenge, and love. Here is a riveting story of drugs, murder, and madness that terrorizes the small California community, known as Winterbourne.

Winterbourne, set in 1962, is a family-oriented community, surrounding a winterbourne stream, in Northern California. It is full of white, three rail fences, and equestrian properties. A violent...


A Note From the Publisher

William Lynes, MD (b 1953), is a retired Stanford trained physician, urologist, author, and speaker on physician burnout. His first novel is Pirates, Scoundrels and Kings, a fantasy/adventure work of fiction. Subsequent work includes medical genre fiction Luger Rounds, 606 University, Sweet Amber, The Plumber and Huntsville. "A Surgeon's Knot" is his most recent work. He is the father of three grown sons and lives with his wife Patrice in Temecula California.

William Lynes, MD (b 1953), is a retired Stanford trained physician, urologist, author, and speaker on physician burnout. His first novel is Pirates, Scoundrels and Kings, a fantasy/adventure work of...


Advance Praise

"A riveting tale of drugs, murder, and madness terrorizing a small-town surgeon's life. William Lynes pens a gripping, evocative tale of murder, revenge, and love." –Gina Mitchell Reviews

"Set in the early 1960s heartland of America, this book takes the reader on a wild ride where evil collides with good, resolving in an unpredictable ending." –Rebecca Farnbach, author of Fallbrook

"A dedicated doctor, a corrupt businessman, and a depraved criminal contribute to this story of drugs, murder, and personal struggles." –Sublime Book Review

"A riveting tale of drugs, murder, and madness terrorizing a small-town surgeon's life. William Lynes pens a gripping, evocative tale of murder, revenge, and love." –Gina Mitchell Reviews

"Set in the...


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