Marcel Stipetic grew up in a small snowy town in Quebec, Canada, and eventually headed to Guelph University and the University of Utah to learn a few things about life. Later he spent ten enjoyable years as a specialist in poison information—first at the Utah Poison Control Center and then at the Central Texas Poison Center, y’all.
Marcel is married, has two lovely daughters, and currently basks in the sun in a quiet summer community outside of Athens. He works for Greece’s leading pharmaceutical company as their senior clinical expert, which is akin to the role of “The Wolf” of Pulp Fiction fame.
His first novel, Natural Selection, introduces Dragan Sakic, a troubled ER physician who tackles complex poisonings.