The murder comes as former homicide detective Will Borders is just out of surgery. But as his stretcher is wheeled past the crime scene, he knows this is no random act of violence - in fact, it has all the marks of a serial-killer case he supposedly solved years before. Unable even to walk, Borders starts to investigate, teaming up with Cheryl Beth, who is desperate to clear her name. But as the killer grows closer, the two are running out of time to unlock the secrets of the murder at the brooding, old hospital.
©2009 Jon Talton; (P)2009 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Best, that it was not a lengthy book
Least - beginning to end
Named it something that wasn't misleading. The story had nothing to do with Nursing.
No, it was not.
Definitely not worth the credit or the time. I am a Nurse and thought the title sounded interesting. The title had nothing to do with the story at all.
I would not suggest it to anyone.
This is the first and last.
The pt that was a police his wife seemed to be insufficient.
This book had more racial comments than I care for any type of entertainment. It was very clear how the author feels or portrays different races. I was most offended and totally turned off by the author and the title was misleading and boring at times. I completed the book to make sure my review was accurate.
I love all genres of books. However, when I listen to audio books as I clean, garden, drive they are better with a lot of heat!
I really enjoyed I just could not stop listening until the end of the book. I am looking forward to Jon's next book.
It is up there with the best. The story keeps moving, with not too much location and person descriptions which can become boring.
None as yet..it is the first medical/drama I have had.
This is a first
Almost 3 it took.
I am looking for more of the same-ish
country music nurse
Had a healthy respeact for patients and their pain. Book was a bit too predictable.
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