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Forbidden Birth (Ravello #2) [Reading] ➿ Forbidden Birth (Ravello #2) By William Rubin – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This is a previously published edition of ASIN B01J9FJILI You can find all editions of this work hereUnspeakable medical procedures A crazed serial killer Who will protect the innocent and at what cos This is a previously published edition of ASIN BJFJILI You can find all editions of this work hereUnspeakable medical procedures A crazed serial killer Who will protect the innocent and at what costDoctor Christopher Ravello is driven by an unuenchable desire to avenge his mother's senseless murder He forsakes a lucrative career in medicine and plunges headlong into the brutal unforgiving world of a New York City homicide detective Head of the new Division of Medical Crimes Ravello's first case pits him against a brilliant sadistic serial killer Known only as The Giver he is hell bent on subjecting young women and their unborn babies to his illicit experiments As the body count rises New York City is engulfed in fear Fighting an illness that threatens his job immersed in turmoil at home due to his radical career change Ravello struggles to understand who The Giver is and where he will strike next Just as he discovers the killer's identity the unspeakable happens and Ravello is confronted with an agonizing choice Will he play it safe or make the ultimate sacrifice to save his loved ones and the city he is sworn to protect and serve.

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  • 442 pages
  • Forbidden Birth (Ravello #2)
  • William Rubin
  • English
  • 09 March 2014

About the Author: William Rubin

William Rubin is a practicing physician who enjoys weaving tales of medicalscientific intrigue Writing for him is eual parts catharsis creativity and escape from the rigors of a busy medical practice and the joys and challenges of raising a familyThe works of James Patterson Robin Cook Tess Gerritsen and Patricia Cornwell inspired Dr Rubin to create the Christopher Ravello Series Challe.



10 thoughts on “Forbidden Birth (Ravello #2)

  1. Vicki Vicki says:

    gripping involved thrillerI was completely floored with the complexity and details of this thriller I enjoyed the talent and skill of Chris Ravello He was a surgeon and then he was a man that changed his entire life because of his mother's murder He relocated his family and became a Medical Expert Detective when the bodies began showing up he was called into action to figure out this series of mutilated girls with little to no clues The Giver shares his thoughts and his eerie processes as he is on the track to make his great discoveries A mysterious man with medical skill drive and visions of grandeur about his calling His thought processes are intense along with his ability to steer the investigation into other suspects vicinity Feeling creeped out with the sheer audacity of the Giver and his cause I couldn't stop reading this medical thriller It is the perfect late night under the covers mystery thriller I totally enjoyed Chris Ravello He has secrets and tries to hide a medical condition while working tirelessly all over the country attempting to pull this case together Imaginative and cleverly evil this book works Great detail and a compelling mystery made this an intense read

  2. Stanley McShane Stanley McShane says:

    William RubinForbidden Birth A Chris Ravello Medical Thriller I was sent this book by the author Dr William Rubin as a medical thriller to read and review After reading Forbidden Birth however I'm wondering if it shouldn't have been classified as cross genre as there were also elements of horror crime and mystery as well as sci fi There is something here for everyone Dr Christopher Ravello has given up a lucrative medical practice to join the newly formed Medical Crimes Division as a homicide detective of the New York Police Department Compelled to fight crime on their level after the brutal murder of his mother he works with childhood buddy Kev Kennedy and moves his well to do family to a blue collar hood of uestionable security just in time to bump up against a serial killer known as The Giver The antagonist is extremely intelligent as well as sadistic as he targets one pregnant single woman after another harvesting the unborn baby as he works towards his secret goal of cloning an adult human You'll enjoy the fun of testing your medical terminology skills as the plot weaves in and out of one slashem'up scene to another Be prepared for some F rated words as well Things get bloodier the closer he gets to his target but not wholly a big surprise as the twist goes exactly where you expect Dr Detective Rubin is insecure along the way constantly second guessing himself has a medical condition himself which at times leaves him debilitated and extremely vulnerable Recommended as an intelligent thriller for those who don't mind getting into some dirty stuff physically as well as mentally

  3. TamaraLynne Stewart TamaraLynne Stewart says:

    I really enjoyed this I'll be looking for the first one and then others after that a great page turner

  4. czai czai says:

    this review is also posted at the Blacksheep Project I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review Forbidden Birth had me on the edge of my seat right from the start 5 Things About Forbidden Birth detective Chris RavelloLike every detective novel Chris Ravello has his demons and that was really showed in the novel Aside from of course the crazy case he handles he had to worry about his health and his family which later on became a very important aspect of the story He was well established his reason for entering the force his strong resolve to protect his family He's a commendable detective and really worth followingthe serial killerI honestly have not read a lot of serial killer crime fiction Weird huh? I mean sure I've read several crime fiction but they're mostly murders and murders are easier to trace yeah? They have specific reason to kill But serial killers? They're trickyThe Giver is a medical researcher He kills for his research for cloning to create life He's also very clever knows how to clean his mess how to mislead the police Later on he also plays around Detective Ravello's mind which is the really thrilling part of the novel the mystery solvingForbidden Birth kept me intrigued Right of the bat I was interested and ended getting really engaged in the entire mystery solving process I like how Ravello assess the body the moment he sees it and gives his initial findings take note that there are several technical terms but I ended up being okay with them I like the technicalities as well as how the bodies are described A little gruesome but we expected that right?As I mentioned the Giver knows how to cover his trace so there were several dead ends throughout the first half of the novel It was frustrating But feeling that way means I'm really into what's happeningthe thrilling paceThere's a serial killer There's nothing but dead ends Serial Killer tries to make contact This novel really has nothing but thrilling turn of events I was always at the edge of my seat and trying to figure out how things will go some I've guessed correctly some I missed especially that ending I freaked out a bit and really I thought things were going to get messier and end in a cliffhanger good thing it didn't hahaThe short chapters and the multiple POVs also add up to how exciting this novel is The short chapters are always on point no dull moments always something important and makes this a really uick read The multiple POV kept me intrigued especially The Giver's POVthe medical sideSince this is a medical thriller there are medical sides of the novel As I mentioned earlier there are technical terms but those aren't really something to worry about Everything is well explained I also like the parts where Ravello inspect and analyse the bodies through simple observation This is my first medical thriller and I'm so glad I gave it a tryAlso there the inclusion of the idea of cloning is very interesting I don't know much about science and such but just considering this idea and how it's incorporated and later on brought to life in the novel is uite haunting Really something I wouldn't want to happen in real life reminds me of how I'm scared of the idea of Unwind by Neal ShustermanOVERALL Forbidden Birth is thrilling medical thriller with an engaging mystery that kept me at the edge of my seat It has an intriguing mystery a difficult to track serial killer well established detective and a thrilling pace Forbidden Birth is recommended read for mystery thriller fans

  5. Michelle (Michelle& Michelle (Michelle& says:

    I stared back at my partner speechless for the first time in years and feeling very old very tired On top of everything else going on Commissioner Kelly had pulled me aside earlier putting the screws on me to wrap things up uickly as if it were that simple And Dad had called me too He was at a doctor's office getting tests run for an irregular heartbeat he had just developed How many different directions could a guy get pulled before he snaps?Dr Chris Ravello is the only physician detective in the history of the NYPD Newly appointed to the ''Division of Medical Crimes he's facing his first serial killer Nick named The Giver this monster is taking young women and their unborn children to experiment onMoving from doctor to police officer was easy for Chris after the murder of his mother His family supportive wife Michelle and two young children There are challenges brought about to the family because of the career change I like the way the author made Chris into a real person immediately He didn't have to grow on you as you read as sometimes the case in books Opening page was frightening Just a hint of what was to come Lucky for Chris his partner is also his childhood friend Kevin The medical terminology was on point and graphic The storyline feels real and will draw you in immediately The Giver is enjoying the killing but he has a specific agenda He's also enjoying watching the police try to figure it out Meanwhile the bodies keep showing up His plans inadvertently may include Chris Ravello Some heart stopping moments related to Chris and his loved ones The Givers motives are really creepy and uite disturbingWill he be caught? How many will he kill A uniue and thrilling story line Story had me hooked on the first page Just when you think you know what's going on there is a great twist I love a good thriller and this was definitely one of thoseThank you William Rubin

  6. Taryn Taryn says:

    This was one of the worst books I have ever wasted my time reading The writing was amateurish and the plot was ridiculous I purchased it because it was on sale on my Nook and I kept hoping it might improve It didn’t Don’t waste your time I later realized the author was a physician and all I can say is don’t uit your day job Doc Sorry if this is a rude review but truth is truth

  7. Donadee& Donadee& says:

    Forbidden Birth by William Rubin Review When is ENOUGH ENOUGH?Doctor Christopher Ravello is driven by an unuenchable desire to avenge his mother's senseless murder He forsakes a lucrative career in medicine and plunges headlong into the brutal unforgiving world of a New York City homicide detective Head of the new Division of Medical Crimes Ravello's first case pits him against a brilliant sadistic serial killer Known only as The Giver he is hell bent on subjecting young women and their unborn babies to his illicit experiments As the body count rises New York City is engulfed in fear Fighting an illness which threatens his job immersed in turmoil at home due to his radical career change Ravello struggles to understand who The Giver is and where he will strike next Just as he discovers the killer's identity the unspeakable happens and Ravello is confronted with an agonizing choice will he play it safe or make the ultimate sacrifice to save his loved ones and the city he is sworn to protect and serve?What did I like? This was a very interesting book to say the least With this being a topic of a highly controversial problem in the world today it spelled out the “God Syndrome” that could possibly happen I don’t think any of us are ready for that to happen no matter the outcomeWhat will you like? Action that you will astound you characters that will mesmerize you a mystery that will keep you glued sadness that will have you in tears and descriptions and details that will have you in the thick of all that and One man that will at least make an attempt to stop the madness in his world but at what cost This is a high action read that is nonstop and will keep your interest to the very end I received this from the author for an honest opinion with no other compensation

  8. loopyloulaura loopyloulaura says:

    A serial killer in loose in New York killing pregnant women and stealing their babies The Giver wants to create clones and excels at medical research no matter the cost in human livesDoctor Chris Ravello is mourning the murder of his mother and is determined to join the police to protect other families from the same pain His personal life is in tatters as his family adjust to the lower financial situation and the change to working conditions Can he catch the killer an justify his career change to himself and his family?I haven't read a medical thriller in a long time and had forgotten how much I LOVE THEM My teenage years were spent with Michael Crichton and Robin Cook and this book brought me into the modern day with cloning and stem cell research I liked the way that author William Rubin has cleverly merged the medical thriller and police procedural genres in Forbidden BirthThe Giver is a sinister genius and sees himself as the nemesis of Chris Ravello The ethical issues of cloning are portrayed in an interesting way and the advancement of human knowledge is a scary but relevant topicThe book is written in short chapters to maintain the momentum of the grisly plot There is graphic detail of the murders and medical procedures as well as autopsies but they are handled objectively and clinically rather than gratuitouslyThe ending was dramatic but had a different focus which I enjoyed but I found it lacked credibility so didn't uite meet the high standard of the rest of the book in my opinion I definitely intend to check out the first book and have just found out that there are 14 books in this series

  9. Laura Furuta Laura Furuta says:

    Forbidden Birth A Chris Ravello Medical ThrillerBy William Rubin5 out of 5 starsThe story Forbidden Birth A Chris Ravello Medical Thriller by William Rubin is a medical thriller Dr Christopher Ravello has changed professions He is now the Head of the new Division of Medical Crimes His first case is a serial killer who has named himself The Giver Newly appointed to this team and not long on the job as a detective Dr Ravello has hurdles to overcome One is the serial killer who is abducting women who he experiments on two a police department who doesn’t think he should have made detective so uick and an illness that could possibly cost him his job Dr Ravello wants to catch this killer uickly Will Dr Ravello be able to crack this case and bring this psychopath to justice? How much is he ready to sacrifice to keep his family and the city that he loves and has sworn to protect and serve?This is an amazing book I have always loved medical thrillers and this one just proves that there are authors out there that have the drive and ability to take an idea and create a story that will send shivers up your spine and have you looking over your shoulder I believe this book is up there with Robin Cook and Jonathan Kellerman in the attention to detail the medical knowledge and just a plain awesome book Not only the storyline but the characters are first rate Dr Chris Ravello has the drive and the tenacity to get the job done He has a wife and 2 children who he loves and a partner who will also have his back This story is told from Dr Ravello’s and The Giver’s POV as well as the POV of his partner Kennedy The Giver is a truly evil character who will stop at nothing to achieve his goalsIf you love stories with a Dr who is catching the bad guy and using his medical knowledge this is the book for you I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book

  10. Northern Light Northern Light says:

    This is the second book in the series but can be read on its own there's only a small reference to the first bookChris is a ualified doctor but has now joined the police and a special group has been set up to look into crimes with medical issues which he heads upWomen's mutilated bodies have been found they were pregnant but no sign of the babies Why are they being murdered and is it it significant that they were pregnant?This fast paced novel deals with modern medical issues which have legal and moral implications Chris is mistrusted by many of his colleagues for being fast tracked to lead the unit The story takes the reader up several blind alleys with red herrings sprinkled liberallyJust when things seem to be beginning to be resolved we're back on a rollercoaster chasing suspects before women are killedHe's also dealing with his own health problems a wife who isn't happy that they've had to move to a smaller house and children who he rarely seesA dramatic finish which came out of nowhere completed this very readable bookI received this book for free but all opinions expressed are my own

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10 thoughts on “Forbidden Birth (Ravello #2)

  1. Vicki Vicki says:

    gripping involved thrillerI was completely floored with the complexity and details of this thriller I enjoyed the talent and skill of Chris Ravello He was a surgeon and then he was a man that changed his entire life because of his mother's murder He relocated his family and became a Medical Expert Detective when the bodies began showing up he was called into action to figure out this series of mutilated girls with little to no clues The Giver shares his thoughts and his eerie processes as he is on the track to make his great discoveries A mysterious man with medical skill drive and visions of grandeur about his calling His thought processes are intense along with his ability to steer the investigation into other suspects vicinity Feeling creeped out with the sheer audacity of the Giver and his cause I couldn't stop reading this medical thriller It is the perfect late night under the covers mystery thriller I totally enjoyed Chris Ravello He has secrets and tries to hide a medical condition while working tirelessly all over the country attempting to pull this case together Imaginative and cleverly evil this book works Great detail and a compelling mystery made this an intense read

  2. Stanley McShane Stanley McShane says:

    William RubinForbidden Birth A Chris Ravello Medical Thriller I was sent this book by the author Dr William Rubin as a medical thriller to read and review After reading Forbidden Birth however I'm wondering if it shouldn't have been classified as cross genre as there were also elements of horror crime and mystery as well as sci fi There is something here for everyone Dr Christopher Ravello has given up a lucrative medical practice to join the newly formed Medical Crimes Division as a homicide detective of the New York Police Department Compelled to fight crime on their level after the brutal murder of his mother he works with childhood buddy Kev Kennedy and moves his well to do family to a blue collar hood of uestionable security just in time to bump up against a serial killer known as The Giver The antagonist is extremely intelligent as well as sadistic as he targets one pregnant single woman after another harvesting the unborn baby as he works towards his secret goal of cloning an adult human You'll enjoy the fun of testing your medical terminology skills as the plot weaves in and out of one slashem'up scene to another Be prepared for some F rated words as well Things get bloodier the closer he gets to his target but not wholly a big surprise as the twist goes exactly where you expect Dr Detective Rubin is insecure along the way constantly second guessing himself has a medical condition himself which at times leaves him debilitated and extremely vulnerable Recommended as an intelligent thriller for those who don't mind getting into some dirty stuff physically as well as mentally

  3. TamaraLynne Stewart TamaraLynne Stewart says:

    I really enjoyed this I'll be looking for the first one and then others after that a great page turner

  4. czai czai says:

    this review is also posted at the Blacksheep Project I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review Forbidden Birth had me on the edge of my seat right from the start 5 Things About Forbidden Birth detective Chris RavelloLike every detective novel Chris Ravello has his demons and that was really showed in the novel Aside from of course the crazy case he handles he had to worry about his health and his family which later on became a very important aspect of the story He was well established his reason for entering the force his strong resolve to protect his family He's a commendable detective and really worth followingthe serial killerI honestly have not read a lot of serial killer crime fiction Weird huh? I mean sure I've read several crime fiction but they're mostly murders and murders are easier to trace yeah? They have specific reason to kill But serial killers? They're trickyThe Giver is a medical researcher He kills for his research for cloning to create life He's also very clever knows how to clean his mess how to mislead the police Later on he also plays around Detective Ravello's mind which is the really thrilling part of the novel the mystery solvingForbidden Birth kept me intrigued Right of the bat I was interested and ended getting really engaged in the entire mystery solving process I like how Ravello assess the body the moment he sees it and gives his initial findings take note that there are several technical terms but I ended up being okay with them I like the technicalities as well as how the bodies are described A little gruesome but we expected that right?As I mentioned the Giver knows how to cover his trace so there were several dead ends throughout the first half of the novel It was frustrating But feeling that way means I'm really into what's happeningthe thrilling paceThere's a serial killer There's nothing but dead ends Serial Killer tries to make contact This novel really has nothing but thrilling turn of events I was always at the edge of my seat and trying to figure out how things will go some I've guessed correctly some I missed especially that ending I freaked out a bit and really I thought things were going to get messier and end in a cliffhanger good thing it didn't hahaThe short chapters and the multiple POVs also add up to how exciting this novel is The short chapters are always on point no dull moments always something important and makes this a really uick read The multiple POV kept me intrigued especially The Giver's POVthe medical sideSince this is a medical thriller there are medical sides of the novel As I mentioned earlier there are technical terms but those aren't really something to worry about Everything is well explained I also like the parts where Ravello inspect and analyse the bodies through simple observation This is my first medical thriller and I'm so glad I gave it a tryAlso there the inclusion of the idea of cloning is very interesting I don't know much about science and such but just considering this idea and how it's incorporated and later on brought to life in the novel is uite haunting Really something I wouldn't want to happen in real life reminds me of how I'm scared of the idea of Unwind by Neal ShustermanOVERALL Forbidden Birth is thrilling medical thriller with an engaging mystery that kept me at the edge of my seat It has an intriguing mystery a difficult to track serial killer well established detective and a thrilling pace Forbidden Birth is recommended read for mystery thriller fans

  5. Michelle (Michelle& Michelle (Michelle& says:

    I stared back at my partner speechless for the first time in years and feeling very old very tired On top of everything else going on Commissioner Kelly had pulled me aside earlier putting the screws on me to wrap things up uickly as if it were that simple And Dad had called me too He was at a doctor's office getting tests run for an irregular heartbeat he had just developed How many different directions could a guy get pulled before he snaps?Dr Chris Ravello is the only physician detective in the history of the NYPD Newly appointed to the ''Division of Medical Crimes he's facing his first serial killer Nick named The Giver this monster is taking young women and their unborn children to experiment onMoving from doctor to police officer was easy for Chris after the murder of his mother His family supportive wife Michelle and two young children There are challenges brought about to the family because of the career change I like the way the author made Chris into a real person immediately He didn't have to grow on you as you read as sometimes the case in books Opening page was frightening Just a hint of what was to come Lucky for Chris his partner is also his childhood friend Kevin The medical terminology was on point and graphic The storyline feels real and will draw you in immediately The Giver is enjoying the killing but he has a specific agenda He's also enjoying watching the police try to figure it out Meanwhile the bodies keep showing up His plans inadvertently may include Chris Ravello Some heart stopping moments related to Chris and his loved ones The Givers motives are really creepy and uite disturbingWill he be caught? How many will he kill A uniue and thrilling story line Story had me hooked on the first page Just when you think you know what's going on there is a great twist I love a good thriller and this was definitely one of thoseThank you William Rubin

  6. Taryn Taryn says:

    This was one of the worst books I have ever wasted my time reading The writing was amateurish and the plot was ridiculous I purchased it because it was on sale on my Nook and I kept hoping it might improve It didn’t Don’t waste your time I later realized the author was a physician and all I can say is don’t uit your day job Doc Sorry if this is a rude review but truth is truth

  7. Donadee& Donadee& says:

    Forbidden Birth by William Rubin Review When is ENOUGH ENOUGH?Doctor Christopher Ravello is driven by an unuenchable desire to avenge his mother's senseless murder He forsakes a lucrative career in medicine and plunges headlong into the brutal unforgiving world of a New York City homicide detective Head of the new Division of Medical Crimes Ravello's first case pits him against a brilliant sadistic serial killer Known only as The Giver he is hell bent on subjecting young women and their unborn babies to his illicit experiments As the body count rises New York City is engulfed in fear Fighting an illness which threatens his job immersed in turmoil at home due to his radical career change Ravello struggles to understand who The Giver is and where he will strike next Just as he discovers the killer's identity the unspeakable happens and Ravello is confronted with an agonizing choice will he play it safe or make the ultimate sacrifice to save his loved ones and the city he is sworn to protect and serve?What did I like? This was a very interesting book to say the least With this being a topic of a highly controversial problem in the world today it spelled out the “God Syndrome” that could possibly happen I don’t think any of us are ready for that to happen no matter the outcomeWhat will you like? Action that you will astound you characters that will mesmerize you a mystery that will keep you glued sadness that will have you in tears and descriptions and details that will have you in the thick of all that and One man that will at least make an attempt to stop the madness in his world but at what cost This is a high action read that is nonstop and will keep your interest to the very end I received this from the author for an honest opinion with no other compensation

  8. loopyloulaura loopyloulaura says:

    A serial killer in loose in New York killing pregnant women and stealing their babies The Giver wants to create clones and excels at medical research no matter the cost in human livesDoctor Chris Ravello is mourning the murder of his mother and is determined to join the police to protect other families from the same pain His personal life is in tatters as his family adjust to the lower financial situation and the change to working conditions Can he catch the killer an justify his career change to himself and his family?I haven't read a medical thriller in a long time and had forgotten how much I LOVE THEM My teenage years were spent with Michael Crichton and Robin Cook and this book brought me into the modern day with cloning and stem cell research I liked the way that author William Rubin has cleverly merged the medical thriller and police procedural genres in Forbidden BirthThe Giver is a sinister genius and sees himself as the nemesis of Chris Ravello The ethical issues of cloning are portrayed in an interesting way and the advancement of human knowledge is a scary but relevant topicThe book is written in short chapters to maintain the momentum of the grisly plot There is graphic detail of the murders and medical procedures as well as autopsies but they are handled objectively and clinically rather than gratuitouslyThe ending was dramatic but had a different focus which I enjoyed but I found it lacked credibility so didn't uite meet the high standard of the rest of the book in my opinion I definitely intend to check out the first book and have just found out that there are 14 books in this series

  9. Laura Furuta Laura Furuta says:

    Forbidden Birth A Chris Ravello Medical ThrillerBy William Rubin5 out of 5 starsThe story Forbidden Birth A Chris Ravello Medical Thriller by William Rubin is a medical thriller Dr Christopher Ravello has changed professions He is now the Head of the new Division of Medical Crimes His first case is a serial killer who has named himself The Giver Newly appointed to this team and not long on the job as a detective Dr Ravello has hurdles to overcome One is the serial killer who is abducting women who he experiments on two a police department who doesn’t think he should have made detective so uick and an illness that could possibly cost him his job Dr Ravello wants to catch this killer uickly Will Dr Ravello be able to crack this case and bring this psychopath to justice? How much is he ready to sacrifice to keep his family and the city that he loves and has sworn to protect and serve?This is an amazing book I have always loved medical thrillers and this one just proves that there are authors out there that have the drive and ability to take an idea and create a story that will send shivers up your spine and have you looking over your shoulder I believe this book is up there with Robin Cook and Jonathan Kellerman in the attention to detail the medical knowledge and just a plain awesome book Not only the storyline but the characters are first rate Dr Chris Ravello has the drive and the tenacity to get the job done He has a wife and 2 children who he loves and a partner who will also have his back This story is told from Dr Ravello’s and The Giver’s POV as well as the POV of his partner Kennedy The Giver is a truly evil character who will stop at nothing to achieve his goalsIf you love stories with a Dr who is catching the bad guy and using his medical knowledge this is the book for you I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book

  10. Northern Light Northern Light says:

    This is the second book in the series but can be read on its own there's only a small reference to the first bookChris is a ualified doctor but has now joined the police and a special group has been set up to look into crimes with medical issues which he heads upWomen's mutilated bodies have been found they were pregnant but no sign of the babies Why are they being murdered and is it it significant that they were pregnant?This fast paced novel deals with modern medical issues which have legal and moral implications Chris is mistrusted by many of his colleagues for being fast tracked to lead the unit The story takes the reader up several blind alleys with red herrings sprinkled liberallyJust when things seem to be beginning to be resolved we're back on a rollercoaster chasing suspects before women are killedHe's also dealing with his own health problems a wife who isn't happy that they've had to move to a smaller house and children who he rarely seesA dramatic finish which came out of nowhere completed this very readable bookI received this book for free but all opinions expressed are my own

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