Eating Bull

EATING BULL, A MEDICAL THRILLER

A fight against the food industry turns deadly

“A deftly crafted novel of suspense and a compelling read from beginning to end…Very highly recommended.”—Midwest Book Review

Jeremy, a lonely and obese teenager, shoots into the limelight when a headstrong public health nurse persuades him to sue the food industry. Tossed into a storm of media buzz and bullying, the teen draws the attention of a serial killer who’s targeting the obese. Soon the boy, the nurse, and their loved ones take center stage in a delusional man’s drama.

In this novel of suspense, Eating Bull explores the real-life issues of bullying, fat-shaming, food addiction, and the food industry’s role in obesity.

Publisher: ScienceThrillers Media

Cover artist: Envelup Design

An interview with me by Story Engineering master and writing coach, Larry Brooks, on the origin of EATING BULL and the craft of writing.

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AWARDS

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2016 Silver IPPY Award winner, Best Regional Fiction (Great Lakes)

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Gold Star for Cover Design on The Book Designer

PRAISE FOR EATING BULL

“A solid thriller that manages to infuse one boy’s coming-of-age with a whole lot of murder.” —Kirkus Reviews

“A deftly crafted novel of suspense and a compelling read from beginning to end…Very highly recommended.”Midwest Book Review

“… bought the book, read the book, loved the book …”—Larry Brooks, USA Today bestselling author

“Each of Rubin’s characters is carefully developed and believable.”—Akron Beacon Journal

“4 out of 4 stars…all the right elements for an enjoyable read: great writing, great plot, and great characters.” —OnlineBookClub.org

“Rubin is a masterful storyteller who weaves her medical knowledge into a gripping thriller, diving head-first into a meaty subject that has been ignored for far too long.” —Dianne Gray, award-winning Australian author of Soul’s Child and The Everything Theory

“The one-of-a-kind plot is accompanied by beautiful character depth and background writing.” —Samantha Coville for Readers’ Favorite

“Carrie Rubin tackles obesity, fat-shaming, and bullying in this unique and original psychological thriller certain to keep you thinking long after you’ve finished reading.” —Maddie Cochere, author of the Susan Hunter and Two Sisters and a Journalist cozy mystery series.

“A fast-paced thriller with a climax that nails it.”—Frederick Anderson, author of I Am CaraThe Butterfly Man, and Hallbury Summer