Anti-abortion crusader Tobin Bartell wouldn’t have it any other way. As the Leader of The Movement, when he’s not organizing protests or giving speeches, he’s orchestrating a campaign of harassment against women like Alex…and plotting to kill the local abortion doctor.
And Tobin has no shortage of candidates for the job: Paige wants money, Courtney wants love, Derek wants to belong. Tobin just wants it done…and it doesn’t matter to him who does it.
Life. Death. Murder. It’s all the same to them.
I wrote Euthanasia in the mid-nineties after watching a talk show about those haunted houses where they show you aborted fetuses and such. I hadn’t planned to write a novel about the abortion issue at all before watching that show, but I became intrigued with the idea of what could happen if an anti-abortion group went completely off the rails. The result was The Movement, which uses extreme and abusive tactics to get its point across—not the least of which is plotting to kill an abortion doctor.
I’m working on a novel and a collection of short stories right now.
At the risk of sounding unbearably arrogant, I wouldn’t. I worked really hard on Euthanasia and I feel like I did what I intended to do with the story, and I did what my characters needed me to do in order to tell their stories. I’m really proud of it, so I can’t think of a single thing I would want to change.
I’m a naturally curious person—my curiosity may border on nosiness at times though. I love learning new things and I love asking questions.
I tend to be really hard on myself, even in situations that I don’t need to be.
Although Euthanasia is about the abortion issue, I would like people to know that the novel was not written to advance a political point of view. If you are you looking for more info on Lamar (Read More At this website) look into our own web site. It’s not a pro-life book or a pro-choice book. I hope that readers can enjoy the book no matter what their political beliefs are.