Dr. Rhea Lynch left a suffocating life in Charleston to practice medicine in the ER of a small South Carolina Hospital....
Dr. Tyler Gentry had it all planned out, but the death of his parents in a plane crash changed everything. When he discovered his father had left him a mountain of debt....
Alex is stat-paged to the hospital and learns that the wife of the governor of Louisiana has been found unconscious and covered in blood in her hospital room....
Imagine. You have cancer. You’ve been blasted and wasted with chemotherapy....
The colored lights on the snow gave it a holiday appearance, but the dead woman's body in the yard added a grisly touch....
Dr. Carrie Bryant's four years as a neurosurgical resident at White Memorial Hospital have earned her the respect and admiration from peers and staff alike....
But it's not so amusing when it emerges that another man has already been tried and convicted of the crime - a man whose medical research once sent shockwaves through the scientific community.
Dr. Steven Dunbar is once again called to investigate a medical mystery. This time it involves a convicted murder's deathbed confession ... a confession to a crime that forensic evidence says he did NOT commit. Everyone - and that means everyone - wants this investigation to just fade, and fade quickly.
During investigations, Dunbar depends a lot on instinct and his gut tells him something is wrong - very, very wrong. As he digs for the truth, he has to deal with liars, cheats, defensive law enforcement, rotten lawyers, and a couple psychopaths.
You won't want to put this book down! The action is swift and ongoing; the dialogue is snappy and engaging. There are enough twists and turns to keep you guessing. Expect some surprises, too ... they'll make you wonder, "Why didn't I think of that?"
Ken McClure is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. His medical mysteries are well-researched and, unfortunately, the story lines are not just an author's fantasy: they are too real for comfort. Throughout "Eye of the Raven" you'll be wondering about YOUR lab test, YOUR lawyer, YOUR spouse, YOUR friends. You'll be wondering if any of this could happen to YOU.
Well worth your time ... absolutely a GREAT read! Congratulations, Ken McClure ... you've done it again!
8 of 13 people found this review helpful
Definitely quite creepy - but well written with many twists and turns. You need to give it a chance - but you'll be pleasantly surpised. Great narration.
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If you could sum up Eye of the Raven in three words, what would they be?
Exciting British drama
Who was your favorite character and why?
Well Dr Steven Dunbar off course.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
No I have to go to work.
Any additional comments?
I have read all the Books in the Dr Steven Dunbar series. I think the eye of the raven was definitely the best in the series. Although joe dunlop was a good reader he is Scottish and Steven Dunbar is English.
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