Kimmery Martin has done it again in “The Antidote For Everything.” Her use of language and turns of phrase were plenty to keep me reading, but then there were the characters she developed in Georgia and Jonah. Their friendship is the type we all strive for. As a doctor, Martin knows about what she writes and raises timely medical issues with insight and expertise. I often found myself wondering “could that really happen?” And the sad answer is yes. When fiction entertains yet also raises awareness, what better combination is there? A great book club pick for those yearning for a fiery, smart female protagonist whose chief concern isn’t her love life!