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Lin Wilder

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Lin Wilder is the author of the Lindsey McCall
medical mystery series, which includes The Fragrance Shed By A Violet, Do You Solemnly Swear? A Price for Genius and Malthus Revisited. Her latest books are,
I Claudia- A Novel of the Ancient World and My Name is Saul- A Novel of the Ancient World.
Her memoir, Finding the Narrow Path, recounts her journey away from God and back again.

She is the recipient of numerous awards for her work, including five Feathered Quills, five IAN’s, four NABE Pinnacles, three Literary Titans, three NN Lights, and a Readers Favorite Best Book. She lives in northern Nevada.

Signed copies of her books can be purchased at linwilder.com.Her weekly blog ranks in the first third of the top 100 Christian blogs and book revie
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Why Look Back to the Ancients?

Why look back to the Ancients: Aurelius, Seneca, and the Stoics? Why would we want to return to one of the last Roman Emperors and Greek philosophers who personified rigorous self-denial, extreme fortitude and emotional indifference? Perhaps because we live in an age characterized by self-indulgence, cowardice, and untrammeled emotion? One of the very first […]


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Malthus Revisited: The Cup of Wrath by Lin Wilder is the fourth book in the Lindsey McCall Medical Mystery series. Lindsey and her husband, Rich, have gotten their lives back together after their last ordea
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"Dr. Lindsey McCall is highlighted once again in this medical thriller. A corrupt German pharmaceutical company has kidnapped two women and are holding them for ransom. All the company wants is entitlement to a new research drug ... a drug which holds" Read more of this review »
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Bad things never happen one at a time. In Dr. Lindsey McCall's case, drugs are missing and two women kidnapped. If that isn't bad enough, one of the women may be dead. That's not the way to start your day. Late one night a phone call crea" Read more of this review »
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After Virtue by Alasdair MacIntyre
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The author began his 1st iteration of this book as an atheist. And Marxist. Halfway through the manuscript, Scottish philosopher MacIntyre converted to Catholicism. Fascinating analysis of the intellectual movement away from Aristotle, toward 'enligh ...more
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Thomas A. Edison
“The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease. ~ ”
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