Hailed as “the undisputed mistress of the mystery novel” by the Tucson Citizen, J.A. Jance has over 15 million novels in print. Vicki discusses her latest work, Queen of the Night, and her unparalleled success. Later, international medical expert Dr. Alessio Fasano reveals many of his findings regarding how to cope with Celiac Disease.
J.A. Jance has enjoyed extraordinary success as a novelist over the last three decades. She has regularly appeared on the bestselling lists of the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal. In addition to her prolific writing career, she is an avid crusader for many charitable causes including the YWCA, Humane Society, and the Girl Scouts. She spends her time between her Seattle and Tucson homes with her husband and two beloved dogs.
As the director of The University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research, Dr. Alessio Fasano leads a team of specialists and nurses to develop individual treatment plans for people with Celiac Disease. He sheds light on why so many people are misdiagnosed, how to treat it, and how to cope if your children are inflicted with this disease.
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