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Two young doctors move to a quaint town in Vermont with their chronically affected daughter to start their careers anew. But small problems start sprouting up in their apparent quiet life soon, and it goes from murder, sexual harassment, unemployment to threat on their own lives.
What makes this book stand out?
Making a story out of an issue that is very much like the newspaper headlines that we read – of corruption and wrongdoing of people who should be protecting us.
Read it for
Another brilliant tale of medical facilities going wrong and harming the patients a lot more than curing.
Don't read it for
Like most of Robin Cook books, this one too has no “happy ending”, but rather leaves the danger hanging in there like a thread.