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Lynne Gentry

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Lynne Gentry has written for numerous publications. She is a professional acting coach, theater director, and playwright. Lynne is an inspirational speaker and dramatic performer who loves spending time with her family and medical therapy dog.

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Lynne Gentry

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Lynne Gentry has written for numerous publications. She is a professional acting coach, theater director, and playwright. Lynne is an inspirational speaker and dramatic performer who loves spending time with her family and medical therapy dog.

Photograph by Jacob Knettel

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The Healer of Carthage by Lynne Gentry

A modern-day doctor gets trapped in third-century Carthage, Rome, where she uncovers buried secrets, confronts Christian persecution, and battles a deadly epidemic to save the man she loves. Introducing THE HEALER OF CARTHAGE, a new novel by Lynne...

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Lynne Gentry
Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. "Life is either a great adventure or nothing." Helen Keller

Q. What is your greatest achievement?

A. Raising two wonderful children.

Q. Who is your favorite fictional villain?

A. Bo Crowder

Q. What do you regret most?

A. Not finishing college.

Q. If you could meet any historical character, who would it be and what would you say to him or her?

A. Mary, the mother of Jesus. I would say, "How did you do it, Mary? How did you bare the pain of watching your baby boy become the most despised man in the world?"

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November 25, 2013

Pivotal points in history fascinate me, especially if they are shrouded in a bit of unsolved mystery. My mind goes crazy filling in the blanks. I’d love to rewind the clock to November 22, 1963 and become a fly on the wall in the Dallas hospital where secret service men rushed President Kennedy’s wounded body.

Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting the surgical resident summoned to the Parkland emergency room fifty years ago today. This doctor remembers hearing the STAT page while eating in the hospital cafeteria. When he found out the President had been shot, he flew down the back stairs. He arrived at Trauma Room 1. A sea of black... see more

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