Tag Archives: medical thriller

The Last Surgeon, by Michael Palmer

  The Last Surgeon The Last Surgeon is a very exciting thriller which I read in a day (Sunday, as it happens). Dr Nick Gerrity, nicknamed Nick Fury after a comic-book character, is serving in Afghanistan when a terrible act … Continue reading

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Sacrifice, by S. J. Bolton

  Sacrifice Sacrifice is an utterly absorbing, addictive read. The first thing that struck me about it is the attractive heroine, Tora, who not only has a lovely name but is a great role model. She doesn’t wear her feminist … Continue reading

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The Darkest Hour, by Katherine Howell

  The Darkest Hour The Darkest Hour by Katherine Howell is her second novel, telling two connected, interweaving stories with a cracking pace and confidence. I enjoyed it tremendously, despite not being sure about it at first. The book opens with … Continue reading

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Betrayal, by Paul Carson

    Betrayal Paul Carson My review of Paul Carson's Betrayal is posted on Eurocrime. I'm also posting the review below, but do check out the Eurocrime site for an excellent reading guide and resource. Carson, Paul – 'Betrayal'Paperback: 464 … Continue reading

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