Written by Marie Bartlett
Publisher: Taylor and Seale Publishers (June 13, 2013)
After making a medical mistake that could cost a mother and infant their lives, can a young independent woman find redemption at a time when society doesn’t trust female physicians? In 1883, Dr. Pearl Stern is haunted by guilt and self-doubt. Hoping for a fresh start in thesmall mountain town of Asheville, North Carolina, she vows to keep her past a secret as she leaves her Missouri home. Though she finds support from the city’s imposing Chief of Police, it’s only a matter of time before the tragic incident she left behind resurfaces, threatening to destroy her new life. Bartlett’s historical novel Pearl, MD explores the conflict women faced within the rigid roles set for them by nineteenth century society. The book’s themes are tolerance, forgiveness and the ability to face some of life’s toughest choices.
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