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Dangerous Medicine (Medicine for the Blues) Paperback – 10 Oct 2018
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“Jeff Stookey’s engaging novel is a brilliantly written story set in the tough Prohibition era. It brought back memories of my time as a Portland Police officer in the early 1960s. When I worked Vice, we were pressured by our older lieutenants, seasoned veterans from the 30s and 40s, to harass and arrest gay folks who were just out socializing. An excellent contribution to the history of our city, the book is also a page-turner. I had to know what happened next.”
—Don DuPay Behind the Badge in River City
About the Author
Growing up in a small town in rural Washington State, Jeff Stookey enjoyed writing stories. He studied literature, history, and cinema at Occidental College, and then got a BFA in Theater from Fort Wright College. In his 40s he retrained in the medical field and worked for many years with pathologists, trauma surgeons, and emergency room reports. Jeff lives in Portland, Oregon, with his longtime partner, Ken, and their unruly garden. Contact Jeff at medicinefortheblues.com.
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Lovely scene-setting, accompanied by lively action and dynamic dialogue, will leave you wanting more at the end of the book and series.
The finale of “Medicine for the Blues” series, “Dangerous Medicine” gets the top score of 5 stars!