Book Reviews of Ghost Image

Ghost Image
Ghost Image
Author: Joshua Gilder
ISBN-13: 9780743223126
ISBN-10: 0743223128
Publication Date: 11/4/2002
Pages: 350
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Simon Schuster
Book Type: Hardcover
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Excellent read! I didn't see the ending coming for a long time.
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Well written, great air of mystery. One that I would definitely re-read!!!
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Exellent medical mystery by a former speechwriter for President Reagan.
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Good who-done-it. Unabridged.
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UAB, Cass, 11 hrs.
The last thing plastic surgeon Jackson Maebry wants after a long day in the operating room is a call to the ER. When he gets there, he discovers a trauma case as horrific as he has ever seen: a young woman, beaten and burned almost beyond recognition. What Jackson's colleagues don't know is that the victim, Allie Sorosh, is Jackson's lover.
A terrific novel with a great plot.
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An unexpected ending.
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Haven't listened to it. Just have gone off audio books for a while. A medical/police story in which the doctor becomes the suspect. Sounds good, just no time to listen.
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The last thing plasatic surgery resident Jackson Maebry wants at the end of a long day in the operating room is a call to the ER. Once he gets there, what he finds is worse than his most hellish imaginings: a young woman, beaten and burned almost beyond recognition, a trauma case as terrible as any he has ever seen. What Jackson's colleagues don't know is that the victim, Allie, is actually his lover.
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The last thing plastic surgeion resident Maebry wants at the end of a long day in the O.R.. Once he gets there, what he finds is worse than his more hellish imagings. A young woman, beaten and burned almost almost beyond recognition, a trauma case as he has ever seen. If I say anymore, it will give away who the victim actually is.