This is a true story of how Memorial Hospital's doctors and nurses met the challenges of taking care of patients during and in the aftermath of Katrina. The story will linger with you long after you finish.
25% through and I resolved to listen to it again. A very entertaining read of one summer and it contains so many facets: aviation, world politics and finance, boxing, baseball, tennis. And that's in the first half. Even if you know American history you may not know that people died during Prohibition because liquor was suddenly unregulated and bootleggers sometimes put poison in the booze. On a separate topic the King of England was fascinated by how Lindbergh managed emptying his bladder on his historic flight. It reads like a story you want to take to bed after a hard day.
The story is very good. There are several memorable characters. I wish this was a series. When a book stays with me several days after finishing, I know it's a great book..
This is a murder mystery but transcends the genre by exploring family relationships. The reader is very good at providing the necessary accents that add to the story, making the story more enjoyable than reading it would have.
This book is so good that I listened to it twice. Mr. Reynolds' reading enhanced my listening appreciation beyond if I would have read this book. I commend this book and author to you if you like murder mysteries that transcend the genre by providing great characters and great plot lines. This is the best fictional book I have enjoyed in a long time.
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