Mary Morgan

Selected Works

Fiction - Mystery
In a small and very basic hospital in the mountainous jungles of Central America, A team of doctors and nurses on a volunteer mission are suddenly faced with a life-threatening emergency that not only places the team in fear for their own lives, but also needs all their surgical skills to save the situation.
The son of an American soldier meets the woman his father knew during World War II.
Set against the exotic East and the ominous jungle, recalling Maugham, with a woman’s voice. A return to the roots of lost times and family.

The House at the Edge of the Jungle

“Expertly paced and plotted, told from several points of view (most entertainingly from Victor’s), heavy with the atmosphere and sounds of the geographical ends of civilization, this is a highly readable novel. Some readers will hear echoes of Somerset Maugham, but it’s really Forster’s A Passage to India that pops into the imagination as Isabel, and the reluctant Victor, journey together toward their mutual past.”
--Seattle Times