What happens when a psychotic fat-obsessed killer crosses paths with a tough-as-nails public health nurse, a struggling overworked single mom, and an obese teenager in a ‘Fat Slayer’ program? Eating Bull.
Between gruesome murders and a Voice in the killers head, author Carrie Rubin explores the social stigma and pervasive poor treatment that obese people endure.
Her story revolves around a fifteen-year-old boy who suffers from asthma and other health complications caused by excessive weight.
Jeremy uses food to drown his emotions. Video games are an escape and he is fascinated by his Native American heritage.
He successfully avoids the challenges in his life until a deadly situation arises that causes him to make a stand.
Rubin keeps the action moving. Her characters are interesting and varied. She includes fat inducing food industry facts in a lawsuit sub theme.
About the Author:
Carrie Rubin is a physician, public health advocate, and author. She is a member of the International Thriller Writers Association.
Eating Bull won a 2016 Silver IPPY Award for Best Regional Fiction (Great Lakes).
Rubin lives in Ohio with her husband and two sons.