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According to a recent story in the New York Times, 72,000 Americans died of drug overdoses last year. That is higher than the peak yearly annual deaths from H.I.V., car crashes and gun deaths. Analysts point to two major reasons for the increase: a growing number of Americans are using opioids, and drugs are becoming more deadly.
Dr. Tom Combs of Plymouth, Minn., a former emergency room physician, who now writes medical thrillers, says the problem isn’t going away any time soon. Ironically, his latest novel, which was just released last month, puts readers on the front lines of the opioid epidemic.
In Wrongful Deaths, Dr. Combs shares what he learned about the synthetic drugs fentanyl and carfentanil during his research: a unit of carfentanil is 100 times as potent as the same amount of fentanyl, and 5,000 times as potent as a unit of heroin.
Dr. Combs will talk about his book, and the eery similarities to a high profile overdose situation that just happened at a park in Connecticut on two upcoming national radio shows. He was on Coastal Daybreak in Morehead City, N.C. on Aug. 16, and will be on WGVU Radio in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Aug. 20.
About Dr. Combs
Twenty-five years as an ER doctor in busy inner-city, level-one trauma centers provide Tom Combs' background for his gripping stories. High-stakes, deadly conflict, unforgettable characters and a flawed individual who is compelled to protect others are central to his books. His novels are Nerve Damage, Hard to Breathe and Wrongful Deaths. His website is www.tom-combs.com.
Everyone has a story and Marliene Phipps' is one worth telling. The Mahtomedi, Minn., woman was born in Haiti and the island nation had a profound effect on her life.
In her memoir, Unseen Worlds, she shares the influence voodou had on her life, and a whole lot more. Learn more about the book in the article, 'Unseen Worlds' explores a childhood in Haiti and the search for spiritual meaning, published Aug. 4 in the St. Croix Valley Low Down newspaper.
The author's website is Marilenephipps.com.
The 8th annual Dog Days Westonka took place at Mound’s Harbor District Park on Sat., Aug. 11, and once again, teen author Justin M. Anderson staffed the author tent.
He sold more than a dozen copies of his first book, “Saving Stripes: A Kitty’s Story,” which tells the story of the cat family he rescued from the point-of-view of the kitten he adopted. One-hundred percent of proceeds are donated to the nonprofit, S.O.S. Relief, Inc., which runs the Adopt-A-Pet Shop in Plymouth.
RMA Publicity secured the advance publicity for the event. There were two articles in The Laker Pioneer newspaper. Dog Days to Return to Mound Harbor District Park and Dog Days to Feature Local Teen Author. Advance interviews were also secured on all four Minneapolis television stations..... KSTP TV (Sat., Aug. 4 - 8:10 a.m.).... FOX 9 News (Wed., Aug. 8), WCCO TV (Thurs., Aug. 9 - Noon).... and KARE TV (Fri., Aug. 10, 4 p.m.). WCCO-TV covered the actual event.
For the second year in a row, teen author Justin M. Anderson was invited to staff a table at the annual Cat Video Festival in St. Paul and sell copies of his debut book, Saving Stripes: A Kitty's Story, which was published when he was 14. It tells the true story of the cat family Anderson helped rescue from the point of view of the orange kitten he ended up adopting.
One hundred percent of the proceeds from book sales are donated to S.O.S. Rescue Inc., of Plymouth, Minn., a nonprofit whose mission is to prevent euthenasia in adoptable animals. The book sells for $10 and is also available online here.
The Cat Video Festival was presented by myTalk 107.1 and The St. Paul Saints on Aug. 8, 2018.