Book Reviews of Bad Medicine (Molly Burke, Bk 1)

Bad Medicine (Molly Burke, Bk 1)
Bad Medicine - Molly Burke, Bk 1
Author: Eileen Dreyer
ISBN-13: 9780061042768
ISBN-10: 0061042765
Publication Date: 7/1995
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 30 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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5 lawyers have commited suicide. Nurse Molly Burke isn't sure they are all suicides. There is a blue pill at several of the scenes that she cannot identify. She sets out to prove her theory. Very good page turner.
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Kept me guessing in the end. From the back cover:

"Summer is supposed to e the season of homicides, not suicides. Unfortunately some St. Louis lawyers have other ideas. A surprising number are arriving at Grace Hospital's emergency room, dead by their own hands. And while the trend inspires great jokes among the staff, the rising body count is no laughing matter for trauma nurse and death investigator Molly Burke

As Molly finds out what links the victims beyond their bar association, she learns the hard way that some very powerful people want to keep her quiet, making her more determined and more paranoid. In the meantime, she has to deal with the betrayal of friends and seek out the assistance of enemies--and uncover the truth before the next D.O.A. has her name on its toe tag."
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Summer is supposed to be the season of homicides, not suicides. Unfortunately some St. Louis lawyers have other ideas. A surprising number are arriving at Grace Hospital's emergency room, dead by their own hands. And while the trend inspires great jokes among the staff, the rising body count is no laughing matter for trauma nurse and death investigator Molly Burke.

As Molly finds out what links the victims beyond their bar association, she learns the hard way that some very powerful people want to keep her quiet, making her more determined and more paranoid. In the meantime, she has to deal with the betrayal of friends and seek out the assistance of enemies - and uncover the truth before the next D.O.A. has her name on its toe tag.
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Molly Burke, a trauma nurse and death investigator, starts investigating why lawyers are committing suicide. What she finds causes her life to be threatened.
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Why are dead lawyers turning up in the ER........
Chilling.........
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Keeps you reading!