Harry Kraus' "Serenity" is a mystery set at a small hospital in the Outer Banks community of Serenity, North Carolina. Two new staffers join the hospital simultaneously: Dr. Adam Tyson, a surgeon, and head nurse Beth Carlson. Beth is almost immediately the victim of a hit-and-run driver--who turns out to be Tyson, who turns out not really to be a surgeon but a physician's assistant who has taken his late employer's identity. Even so, he's the hero, and licensed or not, he's skilled in the operating room. The villains of the piece are the hospital's CEO and a manipulative nurse, who are engaged in Medicare fraud. Though a trifle preachy, Kraus' mystery is engaging, and his operating-room scenes sparkle.
A wonderful reminder of how God loves us unconditionally, because of who He is,not what we do.
A good read.
Back cover: Nothing exciting ever happens in Serenity, North Carolina. At least, that's what two newcomers to this coastal town are hoping.
Adam, filling a surgical vacancy in the county hospital, wants to find the respect and money he feels he deserves. Beth, a single mom, hopes to heal the wounds from the past and reconnect with her searching reen.
They came seeking solace and a new beginning, but found scandal. the hint of murder, and ... the possibility of love.
Christian fiction novel, set in a small, fictional costal town of N.C. A murder mystery, covers the story of Adam, a doctor that is the latest victim of a sinister scandel. Adam must deal with life issues of his true identy, while learning to reley more on the Lord. Fast, exicting plot; features charecthers that you can relate to; and a moral lesson that we all need! If you enjoy murder mysteries, medical fiction, or Christian fiction then this Book is for you!
Another good book by Harry Kraus. Medical mystery
I usually like Harry Kraus' writing but this book was a disappointment. I was reading it aloud to my husband and we wanted to hear the ending so I did finish it - but it was difficult.
The storyline was interesting but the portrayal of the police and FBI was pitiful. They were pretty much the KEYSTONE COPS. That did make it hard to read. At first I thought it would improve (they would get smarter) but no such luck.
Otherwise it was a good story - but that is a big otherwise.
Good story about a life started as a lie, a murder and alittle romance. If you like a mystery you'll enjoy this one.