Lin Weeks Wilder holds a Doctorate in Public Health from The University of Texas School of Public Health at Houston and has over thirty-five years experience in academic health centers. During those years, Wilder published extensively in fields like cardiac physiology, institutional ethics, and hospital management. After ten years of running an online marketing business, and publishing four self-help books, Wilder switched from writing non-fiction to fiction.
The Fragrance Shed By A Violet: Murder in the Medical Center, Do You Solemnly Swear? And A Price for Genius comprise the Dr. Lindsey McCall medical thrillers with many references to the Texas Medical Center where Wilder worked for over twenty-three years. The fourth in the series, Malthus Revisited: The Cup of Wrath will be completed in the fall of 2017. Finding the Narrow Path is an unplanned surprise return to non-fiction.
Lin is married to a former Marine and psychologist with 25 years of experience counseling ex- combat veterans. They reside in northern Nevada with their two dogs.
The Fragrance Shed By a Violet: Murder in the Medical Center
Why did a Houston district attorney decide to involve the state in an area of the law that it has historically treated as sacrosanct: that of medical decision-making? Why did the DA decide to charge McCall with murder rather than criminal negligence in a civil court?
In a city where the Texas Medical Center reigns as one of the top employers in Houston, housing over three thousand medical researchers making the news with new pharmaceutical discoveries almost daily, why did twelve Houstonians unanimously decide to convict Dr. McCall for intentional murder following her trial?"
These are the questions that lead investigative reporter Kate Townsend to write a Pulitzer Prize winning series called Murder in the Texas Medical Center. Haunted by the knowledge that her new-found fame has been purchased at too high a price; Kate is sure that McCall is not guilty.
Do You Solemnly Swear?
What if your former girlfriend decides to use her 6-year-old daughter to punish you for breaking up with her?
How do you prove that you are innocent of the worst case of sexual perversion against a child?
Is it possible to refute the lies of a beautiful, seemingly innocent, little girl?
Gabe McAllister decorated former Marine and respected Texas State Trooper walked out of his condo in west Houston on a Tuesday morning. He was headed to a meeting of the newly formed task force of the DEA, Texas State Police, and Border Patrol, he found five Houston cops waiting to collar him for the rape of 6-year-old Annie Bridges.
A Price for Genius
Dr. Lindsey McCall's worst fears are realized. Not only have both drugs been stolen but two women have been kidnapped- one maybe dead. Lindsey had known Liisa Reardon's new drug was alchemy, only this time, the end product actually more precious than gold.The desperate call from Hank Reardon in Switzerland came late at night.
Finding the Narrow Path
Faith, Women’s issues
Deciding to walk away from God did not come easily or quickly. Nor did the decision to return.
These kinds of tumultuous events feel as if they happen impulsively, spontaneously. But, if we take the time to look back at patterns, we find the seeds of the decision sown years before the actual action. This was not a book medical fiction writer Lin Wilder planned to write. Ever. Until she remembered a promise made to a friend years before.
Author Wilder explains: Exactly how much of my personal life should be included in this book has been a tough decision to make. This is, after all, the story of a conversion, not an autobiography. Many of my choices, judgments, and their consequences remain painful, even humiliating to revisit, writing them down, even more so. Initially, I questioned the relevance of describing elements of my career, education, and relationships with men- in short, my pre-Catholic world in detail. Since I did not convert until midlife, there are a lot of territories to cover. But I realize that my use of the term 'lost years' makes no sense unless I place them squarely in the context of the person I was then. Without the details of my early life, unpleasant as they are to recall, much less write, this sense of drifting and of aimlessness are merely words which lack substance. They are unidimensional.
Malthus Revisited: The Cup of Wrath
Morgan Gardner did not look like she would save the world. Quite the opposite in fact. Only eighteen years old and the autistic, unlikely best friend of LJ, Dr. Lindsey McCall’s daughter, Morgan was gawky, painfully shy and unattractive. Unless you took the time to notice her eyes. And most people didn’t.
Morgan’s exceptional gifts were known only to her and to the animals she could understand better than people. She told no one about the nightmares, embarrassed and afraid that no one would believe her, Morgan waited until it was almost too late.
Lin Wilder’s 4th novel in her Lindsey McCall series combines the innovative medical research that her readers have come to admire with a new and terrifying threat to the population of the world. This story jumps continents as Malthus Revisited gains traction in the former Yugoslavia, Germany, Greece, the central coast of California and Switzerland- culminating in a horrifying climax in the remote Qinghai province of China.
Lindsey and her husband Rich have worked hard to reestablish their respective careers following their move from Houston to the central coast of California. Although the addition of two teenagers create challenges to their formerly quiet home life, McCall and Jansen are content. Until an enemy from their past returns with renewed ferocity and peril for the whole world.
Wilder’s new tale embroils a fanatic believer in the Malthusian consequences of overpopulation with a solution which takes on demonic qualities, qualities that Diedrich Braun neither predicted nor control.
Malthus Revisited-The Cup of Wrath adds a quasi-dystopian element to Wilder’s evolving Lindsey McCall mystery series, guaranteed to be a riveting read through the last page.