Beloved veterinarian
Julie Wheeler's

seemingly perfect life implodes

About Patricia Hartman

Poisoned Suspense

As a forensic CPA, Patricia Hartman experiences suspense, drama and intrigue in her everyday professional life. She has been uncovering lies, deceptions and criminal activity as part of her regular practice for over 25 years.

Patricia weaves her life experiences into captivating plots that expose the evil that trap otherwise innocent people in very dark places.

About Patricia Hartman

Poisoned Suspense

As a forensic CPA, Patricia Hartman experiences suspense, drama and intrigue in her everyday professional life. She has been uncovering lies, deceptions and criminal activity as part of her regular practice for over 25 years.

Patricia weaves her life experiences into captivating plots that expose the evil that trap otherwise innocent people in very dark places.

POISONED

Beloved veterinarian Julie Wheeler’s seemingly perfect life implodes when Nicole, her husband’s gorgeous assistant, mysteriously drops off at a German shepherd at Julie’s vet clinic. Nicole disappears . . . as does Julies husband, the chief prosecuting attorney for Hearthstone, WV. Julie spirals from marital bliss to jailed for murder in a day that never ends.

Is Julies life a lie?

Will Julie survive the poison she uncovers?

Other Books

When Patricia Hartman got married, her divorce attorney friends insisted she have a prenuptial agreement.”Christians don’t have prenups,” she said at first. But then she said, “Actually, I will have a prenup and it will say, “If you leave me or cheat on me, I get everything.” Of course, even that doesn’t reflect the deep and abiding commitment that we make as we vow to love.

Patricia Hartman has not always been a forensic CPA, an author or a Christian. In fact, she’s been a bit of a rebel. Her journey has taken her from liberal to conservative, atheist to believer, single mom to married grandma, broke to financially stable, bus drive to CPA, homeless to homeowner, proud to humble, lost to found, and sinner to… well…