Murder Under the Microscope

Murder Under the Microscope

Jane Bennett Munro / Aug 20, 2019

Murder Under the Microscope Dr Antoinette Day a young successful pathologist known to her friends and colleagues as Toni has no idea what awaits her when Dr Sally Shore arrives at Perrine Memorial Hospital in Twin Falls Idaho

  • Title: Murder Under the Microscope
  • Author: Jane Bennett Munro
  • ISBN: 1450298621
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dr Antoinette Day a young, successful pathologist known to her friends and colleagues as Toni has no idea what awaits her when Dr Sally Shore arrives at Perrine Memorial Hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho, to fill in for a colleague recovering from a heart attack Toni s life is about to become a living hell Dr Shore is supposed to see patients, perform surgeries, and take Dr Antoinette Day a young, successful pathologist known to her friends and colleagues as Toni has no idea what awaits her when Dr Sally Shore arrives at Perrine Memorial Hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho, to fill in for a colleague recovering from a heart attack Toni s life is about to become a living hell Dr Shore is supposed to see patients, perform surgeries, and take turns covering the emergency room until the regular surgeon recovers from his quadruple bypass But unfortunately, she uses her temporary opportunity to discredit Toni and tarnish her reputation with her medical colleagues When the visiting surgeon is conveniently murdered her lifeless body found in Toni s office Toni is the obvious suspect But Toni is not going down without a fight Forced to solve the murder in order to save her future, Toni s life becomes even complicated when her ex boyfriend starts stalking her and threatening her husband.In this riveting murder mystery, a stubborn pathologist must rely on than just her microscope as she delves into a complicated murder mystery, soon discovering that it is not just her freedom at stake but her life Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 428 pages Published May 1st 2011 by iUniverse More Details ISBN 1450298621 ISBN13 9781450298629 Edition Language English Series Toni Day Mystery 1 Literary Awards Independent Publisher Book Award IPPY 2012 Other Editions 4 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Murder Under the Microscope, please sign up

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as well as many , can also be found on my blog, The Baking Bookworm Note My sincere thanks to author Jane Bennett Munro for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.My Thoughts Medical mystery is a genre that I really haven t read But one of the things that drew me to review this book was the fact that the author had a successful 33 year career as a forensic pathologist To me, this means that she could back up all the medical terms, storylines and the inner workings of a hospital with her real life experience This experience gives the book a sense of authenticity to Toni s role as a pathologist.But one of the downfalls of having a professional medical specialist write a mystery is that sometimes the medical jargon gets a little heavy and that s what, in my opinion, happened here at times I was left wondering in a few spots if the unknown medical term I had just read was vital to the mystery or if I could just keep going and assume that my Grey s Anatomy and ER TV medical training was enough to get me through the verbiage The good news is that, for the most part, my hours watching Dr Grey and her cronies was enough to get me by Note I also read this the old fashioned way with a paperback so I also didn t have my Kindle s dictionary at my fingertips to help me along the way either So, what did I think about this first book in the Toni Day mystery series Overall it was a good start and had many things going for it There were a lot of plot lines and twists and Toni was an interesting and strong main character who was knowledgeable and spunky She definitely held her own and was able to get into enough trouble to keep things flowing fairly well Toni was definitely the star of the book and the author used this first book to help the reader really get to know her The supporting characters were much on the sidelines in this book so I m hoping that I ll get to know them in the next book.I did have an issue with the dialogue and it stemmed from the emotions of some of the characters seeming to come out of nowhere specifically anger and excessive swearing I m not against swearing in a book but I prefer it to not be used needlessly For example, Toni referring to a f king endotracheal tube was a little over the top for me and her anger over the tube seemed to come out of nowhere This excessive swearing and sudden angry emotional outbursts seemed a little disjointed with who I thought the characters were I actually went back and reread a part a couple of times to make sure that I had understood the feeling of the conversation but I still couldn t understand the reasons for the sudden outburst of anger swearing Unfortunately those episodes did detract from my overall enjoyment of the book Two of the things that this book excels at are amount of action and the twists and turns Wow There were a few storylines ranging from the murder to a creepy stalker as well as red herrings to keep the reader guessing While I had an inkling about who dunnit , it didn t detract from me enjoying the book Overall, this is a very ambitious first book of a new series Dr Munro has created an interesting main character and setting that will ensure many opportunities for Toni to solve crimes I was impressed with the detail involved in this first book by the author and while sometimes it did get a little heavy in medical ese I did enjoy the read I m sure the character development and flow of the dialogue will only improve in future books.There is already a second book to this series, Too Much Blood that Dr Munro has generously sent me to review as well I look forward to reading that book soon to see what kind of trouble Toni can get into now My Rating 3 5 stars a solid start to a new series flag Like see review Jun 01, 2013 Dianne rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves author review, action and adventure, adult fiction, medical suspense, mystery Saying Dr Toni Day s life as a pathologist is about to become a living nightmare is a gross understatement As if there isn t enough pressure in the lab with routine labs to run for doctors, because, of course, they all need them ASAP, the new doc in town seems to have to it out for Toni Is it not enough that Dr Shore is runway beautiful That she is a successful surgeon And what did Toni do to her anyway When Dr Shore has the audacity to turn up dead in Toni s office, an obvious victim of Saying Dr Toni Day s life as a pathologist is about to become a living nightmare is a gross understatement As if there isn t enough pressure in the lab with routine labs to run for doctors, because, of course, they all need them ASAP, the new doc in town seems to have to it out for Toni Is it not enough that Dr Shore is runway beautiful That she is a successful surgeon And what did Toni do to her anyway When Dr Shore has the audacity to turn up dead in Toni s office, an obvious victim of foul play, Toni is now under the microscope of suspicion of murder But wait there s It seems Toni s old boyfriend, a twisted deviant stalking Toni s every move has suddenly shown up and is threatening to destroy what remains of Toni s happiness Will Hal, her husband, become a victim to a jealous mind What about her feisty English mother Is she in danger When all is said and done, what dark and devious secrets will Toni uncover Just how many people has she ticked off Will she survive long enough to let the police know Like one of those 5,000 piece puzzles from a garage sale, Murder Under the Microscope by Jane Bennett Munro has created an amazing mystery to put together, one piece at a time, and somehow all of the pieces start to fit together, unrelated as they seem As a character, Toni is an incredibly strong force to be reckoned with Ms Munro has given her just enough snark and attitude that I laughed at the thoughts rumbling along inside her head, while her analytical mind was astounding to behold, as well as her physical prowess and stamina Through it all, Toni just plows on through, no stone is left unturned, and believe me this is believable stuff Well, larger than life believable and that s what makes this book so worth reading There wasn t a wasted word, a wasted scene, or an unnecessary character in the creation of this book This is a fine fictional mystery blending with the reality of hospital smells, personnel, politics, and even hospital food, think Jello , it s all here in this fast paced, twist filled plot I want to thank the author for allowing me to read and review Murder Under the Microscope.Publication Date May 13, 2011Publisher iUniverseISBN 1450298621Number of Pages 428Genre Medical Mystery ThrillerAge Recommendation AdultsMy Rating 5 starsAvailable at Barnes Noble For reviews check out Tome Tender s Book Blog or find us on Facebook. flag Like see review Apr 13, 2013 Ashley rated it it was amazing Shelves mystery, 2013 Jane Bennett Munro is a semi retired forensic pathologist Over her 33 year career in medicine she gained all of the information that aided her in writing this suspenseful mystery I was surprised to find that Murder Under the Microscope is her first book.From the moment I first picked up the book I knew I wouldn t be able to put it down I read the first 100 pages the first night and couldn t wait to finish the book the next morning The book totaled 418 pages and I absolutely devoured it The b Jane Bennett Munro is a semi retired forensic pathologist Over her 33 year career in medicine she gained all of the information that aided her in writing this suspenseful mystery I was surprised to find that Murder Under the Microscope is her first book.From the moment I first picked up the book I knew I wouldn t be able to put it down I read the first 100 pages the first night and couldn t wait to finish the book the next morning The book totaled 418 pages and I absolutely devoured it The book is based on the setting around the fictitious Perrine Memorial Hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho where Dr Antoinette Toni Day is a pathologist who is loved by all of her colleagues All of her colleagues, except one The book has whodunits around every corner Every time I would think I had it figured out some other character popped up as a suspect I can only describe this book as mind blowing I loved the style of Munro s writing and how, on each chapter, she started off with a quote those quotes ranging from William Shakespeare to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.Her co workers, her home life, everything Dr Day knows is turned upside down by one person who shows up to take over for another doctor who is out sick Murder under the Microscope gives you everything you love in a good mystery book It is full of all the suspenseful elements murder, mayhem, kidnapping needed to create a nail biting mystery novel Dr Day s elderly mother eventually becomes part of the capers that go on and only adds to the enjoyment of the story Everyone in the hospital is under suspicion including the Doctor s own husband Hal, their attorney and their next door neighbors I don t want to spoil the book for you but this whole story is absolutely worth reading Jane Munro s writing is very creative I can t believe this is her first book It should be on the Bestseller list I could also see this book being made into a movie I am very happy to say that I believe there is a new rising author on our literary hands I highly recommend that you read Murder Under the Microscope She is nearly completed with a sequel which I intend to read soon I am looking forward to it immensely I am a keeper of books and this is one series I am certain to keep on my shelves Murder under the Microscope is available on , Jane s blog jbmunro.wordpress and Facebook Congratulations to Jane Bennett Munro for giving me all the hours of suspense, murder mayhem I love in a great book Review by Bridget Bergeron Closed the Cover flag Like see review Apr 16, 2012 Katie Hale rated it it was amazing Who doesn t like a good Medical Mystery I personally am a HUGE fan of shows like Forensic Files, CSI, NCIS and anything that has to do with crime solving, forensics and a good little mystery thrown in This book was just up my alley Murder Under The Microscope by Jane Bennett Munro MD grabs your attention from the first page You walk read right in to a murder mystery that keeps you guessing until the last page Although you have a few great guesses along the way, you are left wondering who ki Who doesn t like a good Medical Mystery I personally am a HUGE fan of shows like Forensic Files, CSI, NCIS and anything that has to do with crime solving, forensics and a good little mystery thrown in This book was just up my alley Murder Under The Microscope by Jane Bennett Munro MD grabs your attention from the first page You walk read right in to a murder mystery that keeps you guessing until the last page Although you have a few great guesses along the way, you are left wondering who killed who and for what reason You meet young pathologist Toni Day in the first scene as she walks into her office to find a coworker dead on the floor The book draws you in quickly as you backtrack to learn of office tensions, jealousies, past romances gone bad and the chance that someone might be out to get her, but for what reason Dr Sally Shore came in to work alongside them like a whirlwind What started as a temp position was quickly being rud to become permanent But why was she so adamant about bringing Toni and her team in pathology down What was the reason behind the hostility And why were so many people dying and being injured in this quickly woven tale of forensics and murder mystery Dr Munro shows not only her working knowledge of pathology and forensics but her great skill as a story teller Having read a lot of books in the last several months from first time authors and authors who are not well known yet, I can tell you there are some people out there who have great stories to tell but don t have the talent to tell them with Those are the ones that I can give a couple of stars to for the plot but not much for the writing skills There are others who have what is truly talent and skill in writing They can take a great idea, a wonderful story and they can weave it together into a book that you can t put down Dr Munro is definitely one of the latter I was thrilled with the detail and the accuracy of the medical processes as well as the ease in which the dialogue and story line flowed Yes this book is a 5 star in my opinion Some may think the medical info is a bit too detailed, but since I enjoy that I was thrilled with it flag Like see review May 21, 2013 Jane Reads rated it it was amazing Shelves reviewed Dr Toni Day, the pathologist of a small hospital in Idaho, discovers a body in her own office that of her arch nemesis Dr Sally, no less Dr Sally may have been at the hospital for only a month, but she succeeded in her mission to make it the worst month of Dr Toni s career The evidence seems to point to Dr Toni as the murderer It is up to Dr Toni to find evidence that will clear herself, and implicate the real murderer.This is a fast paced book, one that I didn t want to put down The Dr Toni Day, the pathologist of a small hospital in Idaho, discovers a body in her own office that of her arch nemesis Dr Sally, no less Dr Sally may have been at the hospital for only a month, but she succeeded in her mission to make it the worst month of Dr Toni s career The evidence seems to point to Dr Toni as the murderer It is up to Dr Toni to find evidence that will clear herself, and implicate the real murderer.This is a fast paced book, one that I didn t want to put down The storyline is very good, or, rather, storylines In addition to the mystery of the whodunit, there is a second mystery one involving a person from Dr Toni s past.The characters and story are well written My favorite character, by far, is Dr Toni Dr Toni defends her lab staff when conflicts arise between her staff and the other doctors, because she knows her staff is using proper laboratory procedures and protocols I am a Medical Technologist, as are her lab techs, and so I am partial to such supportive behavior I also enjoyed reading about a realistic lab and hospital, where the lab work is performed by actual Medical Technologists Did you ever notice on the TV show House, that the lab was always inexplicably deserted except for Dr House s minions, who were running the lab tests themselves There is some cursing including several F bombs The language is not used gratuitously, however, and does not detract from the book I feel that many people would use the same language under the same circumstances.This is the debut novel by Jane Bennett Munro, a semi retired pathologist of a small hospital in Idaho The advice to write what you know certainly applied in this situation Murder under the Microscope is an excellent book Dr Munro has written a second book about Dr Toni, Too Much Blood, which I am anxious to read.If you like Romantic Crime mysteries, with a medical aspect similar to that of the old TV series Quincy, M.E you ll love Dr Toni and Murder under the Microscope I rated it 5 out of 5 stars, and highly recommend it flag Like see review Apr 18, 2013 Darcia Helle rated it liked it Shelves ebooks, fiction, suspense thriller mystery I love medical thriller and initially thought I would love this book Unfortunately, the further I got into the story, the certain things detracted from my enjoyment I ll start with the good stuff Munro has the kind of writing style that draws me right in I was happy to step into the characters world and forget everything else Being a doctor herself allows Munro to give the medical aspects of the story a realistic feel The main character is likable And the plot held my interest, with I love medical thriller and initially thought I would love this book Unfortunately, the further I got into the story, the certain things detracted from my enjoyment I ll start with the good stuff Munro has the kind of writing style that draws me right in I was happy to step into the characters world and forget everything else Being a doctor herself allows Munro to give the medical aspects of the story a realistic feel The main character is likable And the plot held my interest, with a few twists many readers won t see coming.Now the not so good stuff While Toni, the main character, is fairly well developed, the rest of the cast serves as props and they lack personality I didn t feel I knew any of the characters aside from Toni The other negative for me came with solving the crime The police are portrayed as pretty much useless, with Toni driving the investigation forward There are certain things police generally do in a murder investigation, regardless of the size of the town or city, and those things just weren t done here This stretched credibility too far for me, making the mystery less enjoyable flag Like see review Apr 03, 2012 Kim Hansen rated it really liked it Oh my, I love medical mysteries whether it is a book, movie or tv show Nothing like someone who really knows the ins and outs of the investigative process pouring that experience into a book and Jane Munro does a fantastic job with Murder Under the Microscope The main character in this book is Dr Toni Day, who is a pathologist just like the real life author Munro She is a very successful pathologist working at a hospital in Idaho, but her life is about to be turned inside out when a new do Oh my, I love medical mysteries whether it is a book, movie or tv show Nothing like someone who really knows the ins and outs of the investigative process pouring that experience into a book and Jane Munro does a fantastic job with Murder Under the Microscope The main character in this book is Dr Toni Day, who is a pathologist just like the real life author Munro She is a very successful pathologist working at a hospital in Idaho, but her life is about to be turned inside out when a new doctor, Sally Shore, arrives at her hospital to fill in for an ailing colleague Although there just to fill in , Dr Shore sets out to ruin the reputation of Toni until she is found dead in Toni s office As you might expect, Toni is the main suspect and is thrust into a mystery she needs to solve to save her reputation and life.This book is a very quick read because it is written in short paragraphs and it is fast paced and will keep your attention I sat down and read it in one night Since Dr Munro has quite a bit of experience in forensic cases, it makes this story very believable and I really enjoyed it flag Like see review May 03, 2013 Gigi Frost rated it it was amazing Shelves dr antoinette day dr shore idah Jane Bennett Munro has orchestrated the ultimate novel.In the world of Dr Antoinette Day, a pathologist at Perrine Memorial Hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho, reputation is everything Never has it been crucial to necessitate the preservation of her professional integrity than the present.The appearance of Dr Shore, a temporary replacement for a regular resident, begins the rapid decline into strange occurances such as misread reports and missing patient data The sudden onslaught of murder d Jane Bennett Munro has orchestrated the ultimate novel.In the world of Dr Antoinette Day, a pathologist at Perrine Memorial Hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho, reputation is everything Never has it been crucial to necessitate the preservation of her professional integrity than the present.The appearance of Dr Shore, a temporary replacement for a regular resident, begins the rapid decline into strange occurances such as misread reports and missing patient data The sudden onslaught of murder doesn t help matters It seems that practically overnight, Dr Day has become the focus of a police investigation that places her as the prime suspect.It is an intriguing tale of murder, deceit and, strangely enough, faith The author s background lends a deeper perspective into the medical world, illuminating and merging complicated data into an intelligent and appalling story Munro demonstrates her talents of narration throughout the book.Read the full review here Bookend Chronicles flag Like see review Jun 09, 2013 Gayle Pace rated it really liked it REVIEW Dr Antoinette Day is a pathologist at Perrine Memorial Hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho Dr Day tries hard to keep her professional integrity in tact.A temporary replacement for a resident is Dr Shore Strange things start to happen, missing patient records, reports that are read wrong To top it off, murders start taking place Overnight Dr Day has become the main focus of a police investigation, which does not help her reputation any.The author does a great job of entwining a web of m REVIEW Dr Antoinette Day is a pathologist at Perrine Memorial Hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho Dr Day tries hard to keep her professional integrity in tact.A temporary replacement for a resident is Dr Shore Strange things start to happen, missing patient records, reports that are read wrong To top it off, murders start taking place Overnight Dr Day has become the main focus of a police investigation, which does not help her reputation any.The author does a great job of entwining a web of murder, lies and odd enough, faith The author takes some of her personal knowledge and weaves it into the story which makes it real life and much interesting I d recommend this book to anyone who is in to medical murders A good read I would give this book 4 STARSI received a complimentary copy of this boo MURDER UNDER THE MICROSCOPE by the author Jane Bennett Munro for this unbiased review flag Like see review Apr 26, 2012 Sharon Martin rated it it was amazing I found this to be a real thought provoking novel, with twists and turns on every page I was hooked from page one, the characters and the setting were superb.Based around a memorial hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho, a new doctor, Sally Shore, arrives and starts to tarnish the image and credibility of the pathologist Dr Antoinette Day After an argument between the two Dr Shore is found deady in Dr Days office.The above scenario is excellently played out throughout the book, the text and language i I found this to be a real thought provoking novel, with twists and turns on every page I was hooked from page one, the characters and the setting were superb.Based around a memorial hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho, a new doctor, Sally Shore, arrives and starts to tarnish the image and credibility of the pathologist Dr Antoinette Day After an argument between the two Dr Shore is found deady in Dr Days office.The above scenario is excellently played out throughout the book, the text and language is easy to read and understand and any jargon is clearly explained The knowledge and expertise the author has gained from her own profession as a pathologiest is expertly crafted and scripted into a first class novel.As murder mysteries are my favourite ready material, for a debut book and author this really rates highly in my library of literature I hope this is the first of many novels featuring Dr Day flag Like see review Jun 09, 2012 Kimberley Meier rated it it was amazing Blackmail, deception, stalking, and murder This is what can be found amongst the page of this riveting debut murder mystery, Murder Under the Microscope by Jane Bennett Munro Using her 33 years of expertise as a pathologist, Jane Bennett Munro spins a web of mystery in this fast paced medical murder mystery Discovering the who and the why of this book will definitely keep you on the edge of your seat, I couldn t put it down Not only is the story line really good, but I also loved the charact Blackmail, deception, stalking, and murder This is what can be found amongst the page of this riveting debut murder mystery, Murder Under the Microscope by Jane Bennett Munro Using her 33 years of expertise as a pathologist, Jane Bennett Munro spins a web of mystery in this fast paced medical murder mystery Discovering the who and the why of this book will definitely keep you on the edge of your seat, I couldn t put it down Not only is the story line really good, but I also loved the characters too Dr Toni Day is spunky as my grandma used to say I d actually like to see her character again, maybe in a series This book should definitely make it on your summer reading list flag Like see review Apr 09, 2013 Babus Ahmed rated it it was amazing A scintillating medical mystery, set in Idaho with a strong female protagonist, fantastic plot twists and enough intrigue to tie me up for hours Dr Toni Shapiro finds herself at odds with a locum surgeon, Dr Sally Shore, who is antagonistic to all When the surgeon s body is found in her office she comes under strong suspicion of her murder To make matters worse an old boyfriend and stalker tracks her down threatening her husband and safety Who killed Dr Sally Shore and why An absolutely fab A scintillating medical mystery, set in Idaho with a strong female protagonist, fantastic plot twists and enough intrigue to tie me up for hours Dr Toni Shapiro finds herself at odds with a locum surgeon, Dr Sally Shore, who is antagonistic to all When the surgeon s body is found in her office she comes under strong suspicion of her murder To make matters worse an old boyfriend and stalker tracks her down threatening her husband and safety Who killed Dr Sally Shore and why An absolutely fabulous whodunit Highly recommend flag Like see review Jun 17, 2013 Emily Heinlen Davis rated it it was ok I didn t like the main character I just felt like she was complaining the entire book, which made me dislike the book as a whole Also, I noticed several grammatical errors that seemed to revolve around commas flag Like see review Dec 18, 2014 Anne Egbert rated it it was amazing This was so much fun I grew up in Twin Falls, so it was great to read about streets and places I know The story was amusing and fun flag Like see review Betsy Rush rated it 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    1. I discovered that there is a pathologist who works at the same hospital that I do who also writes murder mysteries So of course I was curious I enjoyed this book and will look for others that she has written.


    2. This book review, as well as many , can also be found on my blog, The Baking Bookworm Note My sincere thanks to author Jane Bennett Munro for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.My Thoughts Medical mystery is a genre that I really haven t read But one of the things that drew me to review this book was the fact that the author had a successful 33 year career as a forensic pathologist To me, this mea This book review, as well as many , can also be f [...]


    3. Saying Dr Toni Day s life as a pathologist is about to become a living nightmare is a gross understatement As if there isn t enough pressure in the lab with routine labs to run for doctors, because, of course, they all need them ASAP, the new doc in town seems to have to it out for Toni Is it not enough that Dr Shore is runway beautiful That she is a successful surgeon And what did Toni do to her anyway When Dr Shore has the audacity to turn up dead in Toni s office, an obvious victim of Saying [...]


    4. Jane Bennett Munro is a semi retired forensic pathologist Over her 33 year career in medicine she gained all of the information that aided her in writing this suspenseful mystery I was surprised to find that Murder Under the Microscope is her first book.From the moment I first picked up the book I knew I wouldn t be able to put it down I read the first 100 pages the first night and couldn t wait to finish the book the next morning The book totaled 418 pages and I absolutely devoured it The b Jan [...]


    5. Who doesn t like a good Medical Mystery I personally am a HUGE fan of shows like Forensic Files, CSI, NCIS and anything that has to do with crime solving, forensics and a good little mystery thrown in This book was just up my alley Murder Under The Microscope by Jane Bennett Munro MD grabs your attention from the first page You walk read right in to a murder mystery that keeps you guessing until the last page Although you have a few great guesses along the way, you are left wondering who ki Who [...]


    6. Dr Toni Day, the pathologist of a small hospital in Idaho, discovers a body in her own office that of her arch nemesis Dr Sally, no less Dr Sally may have been at the hospital for only a month, but she succeeded in her mission to make it the worst month of Dr Toni s career The evidence seems to point to Dr Toni as the murderer It is up to Dr Toni to find evidence that will clear herself, and implicate the real murderer.This is a fast paced book, one that I didn t want to put down The Dr Toni Da [...]


    7. I love medical thriller and initially thought I would love this book Unfortunately, the further I got into the story, the certain things detracted from my enjoyment I ll start with the good stuff Munro has the kind of writing style that draws me right in I was happy to step into the characters world and forget everything else Being a doctor herself allows Munro to give the medical aspects of the story a realistic feel The main character is likable And the plot held my interest, with I love medi [...]


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