The Rx Factor by J. Thomas Shaw – Review

The Rx Factor
The Rx Factor

The Rx Factor

Author: J. Thomas Shaw
ISBN-10: 1936782898
ISBN-13: 978-1936782895

With two kids, I never seem to have enough “me” time.  So when I do get a few moments to myself I love to maximize the time doing something I love.  One of those loves is reading.  I recently had the privilege to read The Rx Factor by J. Thomas Shaw.

The book starts off with a quite literally with a “bang”.   While visiting her Aunt and Uncle in the Bahamas, Dr. Jordan Carver meets fellow scientist Ryan Matthews, a man devastated by the losses in his life.  After a brief encounter Ryan volunteers to take Jordan out to visit her Aunt and Uncle on their yacht, they watch as it explodes in a flames.

As the investigation into the death or her Aunt and Uncle unfolds, Jordan tries to convince Ryan to come with her to Mexico where she plans on opening a clinic were terminal patients will be able to access experimental medications.

One of the drugs sounds suspiciously like a drug that Ryan is sure  killed his wife.  And so it begins… The two begin on the journey to uncover the truth.  Ryan and Jordan go undercover to discover the truth behind this secret drug and this clinic that is supposed to be offering hope and healing to suffering patients.   The couple soon discover just how far the government will go to preserve the American way of life…

The book is action packed full adventure and intrigue, it was definitely hard to put down.  If you like fast-paced, thrill a minute reading this book is definitely a read for you.

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About the Author:


J. Thomas Shaw
J. Thomas Shaw

John Thomas Shaw lives in the San Diego area with his wife and two children. He has traveled extensively throughout the Bahamas’, Caribbean and Mexico. The scenes throughout The RX Factor take place in the various locations that the author has lived or experienced in his travels.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review. I am not required to post a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own and they are sincere.




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