I love medical mysteries. Some of my classic favorites are from Robin Cook, the master of the genre. So when I read the description of this new one, I just knew it was for me.
When Dr. Alex Taylor wakes up on an operating table, she’s naturally confused. Did she suffer an accident that she can’t remember? Nope, it’s something much more sinister. Or at least that’s what she believes. But her story of abduction by a madman is so absurd that nobody believes her, even though she’s a highly respected surgeon. And then when strange things continue to happen, her credibility is further damaged. And her sanity is called into question. Can she get anybody to believe that her experience is somehow connected to a series of mysterious deaths? And will it be too late to save herself?
This is a classic thriller. It has all the elements needed for a suspenseful who-dunnit. A great summer read!
When a book keeps me up until after midnight to finish it, it’s a keeper. Granted, it was a Saturday night with no school the next day but still. And yes, it’s another story about a dysfunctional family. Just trust me when I say it’s really, really good.
Jack and Grace are the perfect couple. He’s handsome and charming, she’s beautiful and elegant. His job as a highly successful lawyer allows them to have an exquisite home filled with luxurious furnishings. Their dinner parties leave nothing to be desired with Grace painstakingly preparing everything herself. And last but not least, they appear to dote on each other with no sign of their honeymoon phase wearing off anytime soon.
But when the doors close, it’s a different story…
So this is where I’m going to stop. Yes, I know it’s not much as far as reviews go. The question is, did I intrigue you? Did my brief little intro make you want to go get the book immediately? Because you should.