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Stokely Medical Group has a secret...When FBI Forensic Accountant Mallory Wilson is called to investigate the potential theft of narcotics from a local medical group, the routine case takes a sinister turn as she and boyfriend Alton Blackwell uncover a series of questionable patient deaths.Alton and Mallory race to get to the bottom of the ominous events, applying their skStokely Medical Group has a secret...When FBI Forensic Accountant Mallory Wilson is called to investigate the potential theft of narcotics from a local medical group, the routine case takes a sinister turn as she and boyfriend Alton Blackwell uncover a series of questionable patient deaths.Alton and Mallory race to get to the bottom of the ominous events, applying their skills as never before while the plans of murderous drug dealers, cheating spouses, and profit-minded hospital administrators collide with unexpected consequences. When the investigators themselves come under attack, the case takes on even greater urgency.To protect themselves and prevent further bloodshed, Alton and Mallory must follow a trail of perplexing clues to uncover the malevolent secrets behind the medical facility’s sterile walls.The solution that awaits them, however, defies their wildest expectations. As they attempt to solve the baffling case, their struggle to maintain a long-distance relationship faces a new challenge as Alton is forced to relocate to a new, out-of-state office.A fast-paced mystery, T WAVE serves up a roller-coaster ride of unexpected twists with a side of romance....

Title : T Wave
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ISBN : 9781496054166
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 328 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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T Wave Reviews

  • Christine
    2019-04-18 22:18

    I was kindly sent a copy of this book by the author, Steven F. Freeman, in exchange for an honest review.I found T Wave to be a very engaging novel. Being a newly-retired physician, this book held a lot of appeal for me; I was not disappointed. This book is third in the 4-book Blackwell Files series. Since one of Mr. Freeman's strong points is character development, the reader would do well the read the books in order. By doing so, one is rewarded with main characters that feel like old friends. There were a lot more potential suspects in this book than in the previous two, so the reader has to pay attention, but I found them not to difficult to keep straight. The story flows quickly, as descriptions are basically limited to need to know, and the individual chapters were short (which I love). I thought I had the killer figured out, but it turns out Mr. Freeman fooled me again. This too I love! As with the first 2 books of the series, there was a romantic subplot, which I enjoyed. Probably the only criticism I would give is that there is a lot of repetition of info relating to the first 2 books, which I imagine is for the benefit of those who skipped the previous novels. Do not skip the first two!I was happy with the ending of T Wave and am looking forward to reading book 4, Havoc, very soon. I am hoping Mr. Freeman is currently working on a book 5!If possible, I would award T Wave 4.5 stars. I recommend this book and the Blackwell Files series to all mystery fans.

  • Book Junky Girls
    2019-04-24 20:36

    4.5 StarsMallory is working on a drug trafficking case at a local hospice home, it should be a normal paper trail case but threats and other mysterious and dangerious circumstances require help and Alton is right there with her willing to work the case. As they comb through the evidence more and more possible suspects are found. Can they figure out their cases before someone else comes for them?Mallory and Alton are still plowing through their long distance relationship and you see it in the works for them to hopefully be in one place someday soon. I love how they do anything they can to spend time together and work on them and not let life pass them by. We have fun watching Alton sweat it out with a meet the parent session with Mallory's mom. And there's more of their friends in there too although this time there's a somber mood attached to it. I loved seeing them work together once again and work through their cases one clue at a time. And if you think you've got it all figured out in the end you're sure to be wrong... AgainAnother great addition to this series excited to see more!

  • Marla Josephs
    2019-04-25 02:35

    Steven Freeman has really outdone himself this time. I have enjoyed each of his books, but this one is now my favorite. It's great to see growth in an already good writer, and that's what this book shows. The writing is even better, story is even tighter and depth is deeper. The characters were more complete. Even a few of the regular characters that I love had smaller parts but were written in a way that totally worked. I didn't miss them in the story, I just missed them like one misses a friend who goes on vacation, but they'll be back soon. This story was even more of a page turner. I had my list of suspects but was never quite sure. And, I just couldn't read fast enough to know what was going to happen next, which is typical with all of Mr. Freeman's books. But, this one was something more.It's like he's just getting better and better and I love that. That means I can look forward to more and more, edge of your seat, page turning, sleep depriving thrillers. I was already a fan, but now I'm an even bigger fan! I can't wait for the next installment.

  • Ruth
    2019-03-25 00:36

    Well, he did it again! Steven Freeman has topped his series with T Wave. This story continues the story of Alton and Mallory. These two characters met in Afghanistan in Nefarious, Freeman's first novel and carried their "friendship" all the way back to Atlanta (and Washington). The plot is set around a hospice home. Why are pain meds missing? Why are patients dying and at alarming rate? Why are patients dying from illnesses NOT related to their terminal illness? Are these things related? Alton and Mallory investigate these questions with dignity and grace, but keeping a "thriller" momentum. Then, the love story between Alton and Mallory develops a little more. It is amazing the moral character that these two characters display. This is the BEST of the series. Steven Freeman has outdone himself. This is a must-read series, but each novel is so well written, they can stand alone.

  • B. Mc.
    2019-04-04 00:20

    This time it is Mallory who brings Alton in to help. While investing potential drug thefts, Alton and Mallory notice several untimely patient deaths. Are they related to the thefts or is it something more sinister? There are several suspects and the novel keeps you guessing at every turn. Steven Freeman also does a great job of further developing the relationship between Alton and Mallory and their struggles with a long distance relationship and demanding careers.This is a great continuation of the Blackwell Files. I would highly suggest reading the first two in the series.

  • Alyssa
    2019-03-31 00:18

    Best so far in my opinion! This installment has Alton and Mallory investigating drug diversion in a nursing home along with mysterious hospital deaths while their relationship continues to develop. Multiple twists and turns and just when you think you've got it all figured out you realize that you don't! If you read mysteries, true crime, drama or romance you won't be disappointed!!

  • Alicia Healey
    2019-04-05 23:32

    Another wonderful and riveting storyline! These books have me yearning for more when it come to Mallory and Alton! Excited for the 4th book to come out and hoping this series doesn't end soon!

  • Nicole Mastrogiovanni
    2019-04-14 01:09

    Another great book. Once again I couldn't put it down. Can't wait to start the next one:)

  • Maikku
    2019-04-17 23:28

    this is the third Mallory and Alton book and my favorite. Great beach read.

  • Jean
    2019-04-12 23:11

    I have read Steven F. Freeman’s first three Blackwell Files books this week – Nefarious, Ruthless, and T Wave. After reading the description of T Wave, I was prepared to be captivated by this story of Alton Blackwell and Mallory Wilson as they find themselves in parallel investigations in a Washington, D.C. hospice. Mallory is called in to discover why drugs are missing from patient rooms, and soon afterward, Alton must determine why patients are suddenly dying at a startling rate.Freeman’s plot is solid, Alton and Mallory continue to develop and grow in their relationship, and he does a very good job of creating multiple suspects for the reader to consider, at least in regards to the murder portion of the mystery. It is clear very early on who is responsible for the missing medications; the only question is whether there is someone else killing patients.I had problems with believability in this book. I had difficulty accepting a situation where the FBI would call in a citizen (Alton Blackwell) to handle the investigation of the deaths at the Stokely Medical facilities, despite the attempt to explain this by referring to his previous experience in Ruthless. In fact, I’m not sure this would be an FBI case at all. That part of the story line just felt rather contrived for me. However, Mr. Freeman did quite a good job of giving us just enough clues to eliminate suspects so we have a chance to figure out the killer just before the person is caught. Like the other two books, there is a group wrap-up session, but this one serves to tie up loose ends, not to actually reveal the culprits, as that has already been determined.Was I captivated by T Wave? No, I’d have to say that I was mildly disappointed. I liked the basic story and the multiple likely suspects. I enjoy watching the romance between Alton and Mallory grow, and the surprise vacation was one of my favorite parts of the whole book. But I’m comparing T Wave to Nefarious, so I have to give T Wave 3 stars.

  • Michael
    2019-04-11 19:25

    Predictable, repetitive and cheesy.I got what I paid for ... the Kindle version of this story was free. The dialogue is stilted and appeared to be written in order to appeal to a less-educated audience. The character development was such that the nefarious characters possessed few redeeming qualities and the main characters seemed to have just walked out of a bible study group. The final gathering of antagonists and protagonists to give the story a wrap up was quite contrived. How convenient that none of the suspects chose to have a lawyer representing them while being interrogated! If you want to read a book with lots of fluff, this is your book. The only reason this didn't rate lower was because it contained so few typos.

  • Megan McCauley
    2019-04-16 03:08

    I received this book from the author for a honest review. I have to say this is my favorite book of the Blackwell files series. I couldn't put the book down. Alton and Mallory make the books in this series a great read. Alton meeting Mallorys mom was fun to read! I kept trying to figure out who the killer was, but to my surprise I was wrong. Just the right amount of suspense and romance. Love watching Alton and Mallory work together to find the suspects. Looking forward to reading more from this series! !

  • Charissa Wilkinson
    2019-04-07 20:32

    I received this book for the purposes of a fair review.Mr. Freeman is proving to be an expert in his chosen genre.Alton Blackwell is back. This time, his murder investigation takes place in a hospital.Mr. Freeman has portrayed his characters as genuine people. People who may not always do the right things, but are wanting to do right. It gave the narrative even more of a push along.I find myself looking forward to the next installment of Alton’s adventures. Even with the murders Alton deals with, he is worth visiting.

  • Denise
    2019-04-17 20:09

    'T Wave' was another thrilling book in 'The Blackwell Files'. The storyline was full of action, deceit, suspense, death, mystery and romance. Alton and Mallory still make a great team. I love their dedication to their jobs and their devotion and respect for each other. Their decision to abstain from intimacy until marriage is pretty much unheard of nowadays. This series has had me hooked from the first chapter from the first book. I look forward to reading more. A great add to your tbr list.

  • Tony Pursel
    2019-04-20 19:32

    Steven Freeman, StorytellerMr Freeman is one of the most engaging storytellers I have come across in years. I long ago got into the habit of reading at bedtime. Five or ten pages and then sweet dreams. Mr Freeman has destroyed that for me. I find myself reading into the wee hours as I'm unable to put down the book. Can't wait to start his next book!

  • Susan Moore
    2019-03-25 01:34

    Good mystery that got better the longer I read it.It started out slow for me, but finished strong. I enjoyed the friendships in this book, as well as the main plot. I was surprised by who the killer turned out to be, even if it seemed unrealistic.

  • Gerry Hvozdovich
    2019-04-08 21:25

    Interesting books but they read like a newspaper. Need a little more emotion.

  • Jennifer
    2019-03-26 19:17

    Enjoyable new storyline plus Alton and Mallory's storyline moving forward :)

  • Maria
    2019-04-03 23:23

    4.5 StarsReview Under BookJunkyGirls

  • David Highton
    2019-04-16 01:20

    Two hospital mysteries to solve, I guessed the culprit early on, but there were a couple of red herrings to keep it interesting

  • Michele bookloverforever
    2019-03-30 19:12

    medical serial killer plus drug thieves