Book Reviews of Lethal Practice (Earl Garnet, Bk 1)

Lethal Practice (Earl Garnet, Bk 1)
Lethal Practice - Earl Garnet, Bk 1
Author: Peter Clement
ISBN-13: 9780449002810
ISBN-10: 0449002810
Publication Date: 2/28/1998
Pages: 346
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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ER physician suspect in murder. A true thriller, fast paced and very believable.
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very thrilling.
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Writen by a doctor, he brings much authenticity to the story. Set in Buffalo, an ER MD is considered a suspect in the death of an administrator.
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Good mystry. Written by a physician and held my interest.
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A doctor is killed by a needle to the heart and bedlam ensues when all of the doctors skilled in insertion of heart needles comes under investigation. It becomes apparent that the killer is one of their own!
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If you like mystery/suspense novels, you'll like this story. It keeps you on the edge of your seat, sort of like Dean Koontz!
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I really enjoyed this book enough to read it twice. about the book: St Paul's hospital, Scandal rocks the medical community when someone murders the chief administrator, plunging a cardiac needle into his heart with deadly percision
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Book is a very good one to read I enjoyed it!!
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Someone has murdered the chief administrator of St. Paul's Hospital by stabbing a long thin cardiac needle into his heart with deadly precision.