Dolphins have always fascinated me. I used to pretend I was a dolphin as a kid. I even practised holding my breath underwater for two complete laps in our pool. It is why I’ve jumped at the chance to review Killing Dragons.
I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
Back in the Navy, Taffy was practically his shadow, and he knew that dolphins have excellent memory, superior even to an elephant. It had been too long since he’d last visited, but she never failed to recognize him. The thought tugged at his heartstrings.By: Kristie Clark. Killing Dragons: Order of the Dolphin Book One (Kindle Locations 1454-1456). Delphi Imprint LLC.
Kristie Clark’s background
Kristie holds a BS in biology and a BA in philosophy. Her research for her degree was about subspecies of tide pool fish, and the impact of pollution on dinoflagellates.
She is a paediatrician with a medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine. Kristie completed her internship and residency at the Children’s Medical Center Dallas. She also worked in the Emergency Department of Cook Children’s at Fort Worth, Texas.
Kristie and her husband pursued a career in frontier rural medicine. It is their passion to educate and motivate health workers to work in underserved areas.(more…)