The most effective writers have always been targeted by the most malignant people, that is a timeless, historical fact and we need to stop ignoring it.
Jennifer Jaynes passed away Monday, November 25, 2019, she was found dead with 2 bullet wounds to the head.
The media did not report the cause of death, that was posted on social media and we don't even know if she was actually shot. There is nothing on CNN about Jennifer Jaynes, and we are lead to believe that if it wasn't reported there it doesn't even matter. On the countrary, it matters far more than anything I currently hear about in the Pundit-Industrial Complex.
A reader reviewed her book Malice in the following manner;
You must read Jennifer Jaynesí new book, Malice! Dr. Daniel Winter is an up-and-coming pediatrician and newly married but has a dark past. He grew up in a not so great situation and has struggled with alcohol overuse and trust issues with women. His wife, Mia, is gorgeous and almost seems too good to be true. At the busy pediatrics office where Daniel works, his mentor (and owner of the practice) is heavily promoting a new immunoceutical called Respira. Actually it seems like every pediatrician in town is promoting this new drug. It is supposed to eradicate the common cold and prevent many other illnesses that are caused by colds. Daniel starts to notice that some children receiving Respira are having serious side effects. When he goes to his boss he is quickly told to drop it. However, he does not. The scary part is that other doctors who have questioned this new drug have met untimely deaths! At the same time all this is going on, Daniel is questioning his wifeís motives for marrying him and if she is faithful. Mia has a lot of secrets that Danie does not know about. This book was on another level comparex to Jennifer Jayneís previous books. It was very fast paced and I loved the medical and vaccine information in the book. It is a very timely thriller as vaccines are always up for debate with parents. I specifically enjoyed this book because I work at a doctorís office and her descriptions of conditions and the culture of the medical field were spot on. There were several shocking events toward the end that surprised me but added depth to the overall story.. This is a definite must read for thriller lovers.
It is perhaps no coincidence that in her book, Malice the whistleblower of the malfeasance she describes is murdered.
She didn't deserve to die so young, all we have left is facebook pictures which clearly prove that Jennifer was one of us (whatever that may be and it is, generally speaking, a thoughtful human being) and for that, we ought to remember a wonderful mother who worked very hard and deserved the very best.
Let us remember and let us give Jennifer the last word, it is the very least we can do, under these tragic circumstances;
Saturday, June 15, 2019: Iím a novelist and mommy to five-year-old twin boys. While earning my bachelorís degree in Health Sciences at Old Dominion University and a certificate from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, I did a little bit of everything to pay the bills. Iíve been a gas station attendant, waitress, dancing waitress, beer girl, shot girl, bartender, closing coordinator, executive assistant, medical assistant, EMT, content manager, webmaster, news publisher, editor, copywriter, weight loss coach and publishing consultant.
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