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Publisher's Summary

In this book John Summit reveals the fascinating true stories of 7 deadly doctors from the journals of history, who actually murdered family, friends and patients.

Doctors can do remarkable things. They have found ways to make people live longer and extend their quality of life and have found cures to some of the most horrific and notorious diseases that humanity has ever seen.

However, there are doctors who take their position of respect and authority and abuse it. When that happens, horrors beyond imagining can happen. A doctor, who comes unleashed from his oath and desire to help, can become the greatest monster humanity can possibly know.

You will gain insight into the minds of these insane doctors; some who were even classified as serial killers.

©2011 John Summit and D & D Publishing (P)2013 John Summit and D & D Publishing

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Awful performance and Awful excuse for a "book"

What would have made Doctors Who Kill better?

I wish there were some type of alert on my Audible account to never purchase a book again by this "author" or any book read by Ginger Cucolo. What a waste of money. John Summit did no more research for this book than to read newspaper articles about the stories. This is a completely amateurish attempt at a book. <br/>Then we get to the narration and this is another ridiculous aspect of this "book". This woman has got to be the most annoying reader that I have ever experienced... she does not seem to know where to end sentences or how to use inflection and she repeatedly pauses in places that make no sense. Also, the unusual twang of her voice gave me a headache. <br/>I don't think I have ever written a review for a book before, but in this case, I felt it was necessary. Doesn't anyone at audible monitor the quality of their offerings before attempting to sell them?

What could John Summit have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Actually research the topics and dig deeper. Offer the reader information that is not already widely known.

Would you be willing to try another one of Ginger Cucolo’s performances?

Absolutely not!

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Anger at John Summit, Ginger Cucolo and Audible for calling this a book.

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