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The Queen of Hearts by Kimmery Martin Publisher: Berkley (February 13, 2018) ISBN-13: 978-0399585050. THE QUEEN OF HEARTS by Kimmery Martin Review. Sometimes a book just hits you right. Touches all of your senses and emotions and maybe even shocks you a bit. When I started reading Queen of Hearts, I was expecting just a women’s fiction. But.
Kimmery Martin’s excellent debut novel serves up an irresistible mix of romance, ER drama, friendship and betrayal. Martin, a physician herself, writes in a clear and lively way, flashing between the friends and between present day and their exhausting but exhilarating medical school years. In her hands, dramatic hospital scenes and routine kitchen conversations are equally compelling.
Kimmery Martin is a physician, book reviewer, author interviewer, travel blogger, obsessive reader, and general all-around literary nerd who lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with her husband and three children. The Queen of Hearts is her first novel.
Kimmery Martin. Kimmery Martin is an emergency medicine doctor, born and raised in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky. A lifelong literary nerd, she reviews books, interviews authors, and works extensively with the library foundation in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she resides with her husband and three young children. The Queen of Hearts is.
Review: The Queen of Hearts by Kimmery Martin written by Heather Caliendo April 5, 2018 This is an example where you can judge a book by its cover as Kimmery Martin’s debut novel The Queen of Hearts features a gorgeous, vivid design that is instantly appealing.
The Queen of Hearts Kimmery Martin, 2018 Panguin Publishing 352 pp. ISBN-13: 9780399585050 Summary A debut novel set against a background of hospital rounds and life-or-death decisions that pulses with humor and empathy and explores the heart's capacity for forgiveness.
The Queen Of Hearts is a rare breed of novels that’s both smart and light, sexy and serious, and completely addictive. I’m most impressed by Martin having written this book with her own medical career (an emergency room physician), her prolific book reviews, and her own family at home.