Author and Emergency Room Physician, Melissa Yi joins us in this episode of CrimeFiction.FM to discuss her wonderful new book, the fourth in the Hope Sze series, STOCKHOLM SYNDROME.
(Please see Links below for a coupon code to get Stockholm Syndrome free from Kobo.)
Melissa shares the story of Hope Sze (pronounced see), who shares some character traits with her creator.
We discuss the storyline for STOCKHOLM SYNDROME, which was inspired by a 1991 incident that took place at the Alta View Hospital in Salt Lake City.
Melissa has written several short stories, including OM, a yoga murder story that was published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine early this year. She’s had recent stories appear in Fiction River Crime, Sleuth Magazine, and a new anthology edited by Kenneth Wishnia, called JEWISH NOIR.
From the Publisher:
A killer infiltrates the obstetrics ward of a Montreal hospital just before Christmas, taking one pregnant woman and one resident doctor hostage at gunpoint.
Dr. Hope Sze struggles to deliver her patient’s baby with blood on the floor and death in the air.
And when Dr. Tucker tries to rescue their tiny crew, only to end up hostage material alongside them, Hope’s heart just might break, even before the kidnapper drills a bullet through her skull.
Author’s Website www.melissayuaninnes.com/
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