One hot summer day, a man in a business suit running wildly down a busy street attacks a woman and her toddler, neither of whom have ever seen him before . . . As he waits in his pickup truck for his wife to finish shopping, a man decides to take the shotgun off its rack, go inside the mall, and open fire on total strangers . . . While waiting to see her doctor, a woman takes a knife from her purse and begins stabbing others in the waiting room. Something is making people become violent and murderous . . . something they all have in common. When Eli Dunbar discovers what it is, he becomes afraid, because it is something he has in common with them--a drug prescribed to him by his psychiatrist. And now Eli is a ticking time bomb. Do you know all of the risks your prescription drugs might pose? Does your doctor? Or has the manufacturer hidden them from the public in the interest of profits? Meds . . . a thriller with deadly side effects.
About the Author
Ray Garton is the author of sixty books, including horror novels such as the Bram Stoker Award-nominated Live Girls, Crucifax, Lot Lizards, and The Loveliest Dead; thrillers like Sex and Violence in Hollywood, Murder Was My Alibi, and Trade Secrets; and seven short story collections. He has also written several movie and TV tie-ins and a number of young adult novels under the name Joseph Locke. In 2006, he received the Grand Master of Horror Award. He lives in northern California with his wife.