Great to see you all again! Hope you all had a wonderful start to your new year. All of us at MKSP have really started the new year right and to celebrate we bring you a new author!

Jerrid Edgington known as “The Edge” is the author of the medical thriller series Racing the Reaper. We are excited to bring you a spotlight of the first in that series and hope you enjoy getting to know a bit more about “The Edge”.

Racing the Reaper by Jerrid Edgington

Synopsis – Racing the Reaper: Book One:   After a life altering accident that nearly left Jacob Myers paralyzed he felt his life was meant for something greater than the daily grind of an office job. Through his recovery process, he found the direction he’d been longing for; to get a job in EMS. As a rookie, Jacob suffered through mistake after mistake and often times faced life or death situations. He began to wonder if he was cut out for this line of work. After two long exhausting years he was finally getting his feet under him when a former patient began stalking him, making his life a living hell and out of spite accused him of sexual assault. Would Jacob be able to clear his name and rid his life of this mentally unbalanced woman or would he be trapped and imprisoned for something he didn’t do?

About Jerrid Edgington

Jerrid Edgington Jerrid Edgington has been a Paramedic since 1997 working in four different states. He is currently living and working in Poteau, Oklahoma where he is a Paramedic for Le Flore County EMS. He is happily married to Jody, and they’ve recently had an addition to their family on October 16th when they were blessed with the birth of Zoey, their daughter. Jerrid spent several years as a semi-professional football player, officiated high school varsity football and basketball. He enjoys woodworking as well as writing in his spare time. Jerrid is currently working on book three in his medical thriller series.

Be sure and connect with “The Edge” on his blog at:
Twitter- @jerridedgington


And for a great read you can pick up his first novel, Racing the Reaper here: