Jack Turner longs for the simple life. As a former collegiate athlete, born and raised in New York City, he’s ready for some rest and relaxation. He and his family move away from the big city, ready for a new life and a slower pace. Small town life is exactly what they’d been looking for. Clear skies, fresh air, quiet nights. But the quiet doesn’t last long and their world is quickly turned upside down. Less than a year into their new life, Jack’s wife, Amy, and both kids are diagnosed with a new, never before seen, form of cancer. Jack is baffled. They live a healthy lifestyle, eat right, exercise… now, suddenly, his family is sick. But why isn’t he? And how is there already a drug available for this new disease? Jack will stop at nothing to get answers and to save his family.
With the help of some surprising and unexpected friends, he uncovers a conspiracy that is bigger than anything he could have imagined. But is it more than he can handle?
Filled with action, drama, and suspense, Running Still is a David vs. Goliath type story that spotlights the frightening power of Big Pharma and what can happen when billions of dollars are at stake.
Available on Amazon
“Fantabulous!!! That’s even better than fantastic and fabulous.”
Five Star Review on Amazon by Bo
Ok, let me preface this by saying I’m not a big reader. However, “Running Still” was terrific! Big Pharma, FBI, Killing….how can it not be good. LOL. I definitely recommend this book to everyone. I finished it on my flight this morning. When’s your next book coming out Mr. Sheiner?
About the Author
Winner of the first ever James Patterson Master Class short-story writing contest, Steven Sheiner is an optometrist turned writer, proving that it’s never too late to pursue your dreams!
He began his college career as an accounting major and then proceeded to change his major three times. He had no idea what we wanted to do professionally but always loved writing. His parents told him what most parents tell their kids when they want to pursue their dreams: “You’ll never make any money at that!” So Steven went the “safe” route and became an optometrist. But twenty years later, he still regretted not pursuing a writing career and decided it was about time. At forty-five years old, after having been an optometrist for twenty years, he decided to write his first book.
Steven Sheiner lives in South Florida with his wife and two boys.
Connect with the author on Twitter: Follow