Too Much Blood

Too Much Blood

Jane Bennett Munro / Aug 24, 2019

Too Much Blood It is the middle of the night when pathologist Toni Day receives a call from the coroner informing her that the notoriously sleazy local attorney Jay Braithwaite Burke has just been found dead in hi

  • Title: Too Much Blood
  • Author: Jane Bennett Munro
  • ISBN: 1475929188
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is the middle of the night when pathologist Toni Day receives a call from the coroner informing her that the notoriously sleazy local attorney, Jay Braithwaite Burke, has just been found dead in his Mercedes in the middle of a snowy interstate Unfortunately, everyone at Perrine Memorial Hospital where Toni works knows Burke Over the years, he managed to talk nearly th It is the middle of the night when pathologist Toni Day receives a call from the coroner informing her that the notoriously sleazy local attorney, Jay Braithwaite Burke, has just been found dead in his Mercedes in the middle of a snowy interstate Unfortunately, everyone at Perrine Memorial Hospital where Toni works knows Burke Over the years, he managed to talk nearly the entire medical staff into investing into his hedge fund After it was revealed they had all foolishly invested in a Ponzi scheme, the feds moved in and he disappeared Now, two months later, Toni is about to perform his autopsy.It is no secret around town that many might have wished the attorney dead, including Toni and her husband, Hal As she delves into Burke s autopsy, Toni already knows they have few clues to go on when she learns the man bled to death, she suspects it was a homicide To complicate matters further, Burke s partner also dies in suspicious circumstances, and Burke s widow and children are left homeless by a series of house fires With a brutal schedule and doubts about her husband s faithfulness, Toni s life is already complex enough.But when a mysterious illness casts a bloody pall over the holiday season, Toni must rely on her pathological expertise to unmask a killer and rescue herself and everyone she loves from a bloody death Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 400 pages Published July 17th 2012 by iUniverse More Details ISBN 1475929188 ISBN13 9781475929188 Edition Language English Series Toni Day Mystery 2 Other Editions 2 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 Too Much Blood, please sign up

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    Lists with This Book This book is not yet featured on Listopia Add this book to your favorite list Community Reviews Showing 1 47 Rating details Sort Default Filter Oct 17, 2012 Lana Bradstream rated it liked it In the thriller TOO MUCH BLOOD, author Jane Bennett Munro wakes the main character pathologist Toni Day in the middle of the night to perform an autopsy on a less than ideal man a sleazy attorney named Jay Braithwaite Burke And Day, in her quest to find out what killed the lawyer, discovers that many people had motive to take the life of Burke Unfortunately, that list includes most of her friends that she has at the hospital in which she works, her neighbors and many Burke convinced In the thriller TOO MUCH BLOOD, author Jane Bennett Munro wakes the main character pathologist Toni Day in the middle of the night to perform an autopsy on a less than ideal man a sleazy attorney named Jay Braithwaite Burke And Day, in her quest to find out what killed the lawyer, discovers that many people had motive to take the life of Burke Unfortunately, that list includes most of her friends that she has at the hospital in which she works, her neighbors and many Burke convinced many of the doctors at the hospital to invest in a hedge fund an investment which did not pay out and which drew the attention of federal agents On top of that, it seems Burke was eager to spread his seed, having fathered many children with many different women The children are taken care of in his will, on the condition that the mothers never again remarry So, the Burke situation is a real mess Throw in Day s increasing doubts about how faithful her husband is being and you got one woman who has way on her plate than she needs Munro brings a welcoming amount of knowledge of the medical industry to this book It is refreshing Of course, Munro is herself a 34 year pathologist, so writing many of the medical and anatomical aspects would have been like second nature to her I really enjoyed the Burke side of the story It is in depth and complex, the stuff that good thrillers are made of The twists and turns are wonderful One of the downfalls to the Burke story though, is that many of the characters mentioned are not given ample opportunity to be developed There are so many different characters involved in it Munro would have had to have written another WAR AND PEACE length book to cover the character development The biggest issue I have with the book is the side story of Day s husband and her ever present thoughts on whether or not he is sleeping around It was like giving the television remote to a child Every once in a while, they jump to another channel for a second and then switch it back Day will be working in the hospital, delving into the Burke case, and then, all of a sudden, her doubts will pop into her head and throw the story pacing off Munro would have been much better off having separate chapters dealing with Day s personal life, or she could have left that part out completely For that reason, I give it 3 out of 5 stars It s a good beach read, but the reread is not incredibly high flag 2 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Apr 28, 2013 Christina Ensconced in Lit rated it did not like it Shelves publisher sent I was given this book by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Too Much Blood is the second Toni Day Mystery book by Jane Bennett Munro Toni is a pathologist who works in a small town and finds herself caught up in the mysterious death of a slimeball that enrolled most of the doctors in the town in a Ponzi scheme, which lost them most of their savings Needless to say, plenty of people wanted this man dead At the same time, Toni is struggling with her marriage it seems that her husb I was given this book by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Too Much Blood is the second Toni Day Mystery book by Jane Bennett Munro Toni is a pathologist who works in a small town and finds herself caught up in the mysterious death of a slimeball that enrolled most of the doctors in the town in a Ponzi scheme, which lost them most of their savings Needless to say, plenty of people wanted this man dead At the same time, Toni is struggling with her marriage it seems that her husband is drifting Will she be able to solve the murder mystery and save her marriage at the same time OK I give this book props for having a lot of accurate medical details, because I m really into that But what sorrows me is that I really wanted this to be a book I liked, since this is my kind of genre Unfortunately, I was seriously disappointed.I had a ton of issues with this book.1 In the very first chapter of this book, Toni s home phone rings in the middle of the night and her husband picks it up First, what about a pager A pager on vibrate A cell phone How has this never occurred to her through medical school, residency, and now her job If I were her husband, I would have lost it much sooner.2 Toni Day is extremely nosy and a really unlikeable character If a character is going to carry a whole set of books named after her, she d better be someone people want to read about I was hoping she would grow and develop over the book, but she was the main reason I couldn t finish it She is pushy, arrogant and says the most inappropriate things like she is on the autistic spectrum I personally would want to divorce her too.3 Toni uses the excuse that since she did the autopsy on the dead man that this gives her the right to ask all sorts of invasive questions to people she barely knows In what universe is this okay 4 Toni looks up confidential medical information on several people who are definitely not in her care she s a pathologist for crying out loud, she doesn t take care of live patients in order to solve the case Again, HIPAA laws anyone That is completely inappropriate and really puts doctors in a bad light, because it suggests that we think this is okay It s NOT People get fired for doing things like that all the time.5 Pacing This book just could not keep my interest.In the end, I just had to put it down Because of the unlikeable protagonist, the plot devices that just didn t make any sense, and the lack of good pacing, this book was definitely not for me flag 1 likeLike see review Dec 02, 2017 Anne Egbert rated it liked it This is not a great mystery The author is a retired pathologist who lives in Twin Falls, ID, which is my home town The story takes place in TF and the main character is a pathologist, and there are many mentions of places in the area, which I enjoy The series itself is chock full of medical information and mayhem which sometimes gets to be too much flag Like see review Sep 25, 2017 Pam Lathwood rated it really liked it Loved the characters and how they are evolving This is the second in the series about a pathologist who gets involved solving murders that affect her, her community, and her job Crazy killer makes me want to read the next one right away flag Like see review Apr 03, 2018 Rena Glubay rated it liked it Too much swearing for my taste I probably won t read any of her books flag Like see review Apr 21, 2013 Gayle Pace rated it liked it TOO MUCH BLOODby Jane Bennett Munro OVERVIEW FROM It is the middle of the night when pathologist Toni Day receives a call from the coroner informing her that the notoriously sleazy local attorney, Jay Braithwaite Burke, has just been found dead in his Mercedes in the middle of a snowy interstate Unfortunately, everyone at Perrine Memorial Hospital where Toni works knows Burke Over the years, he managed to talk nearly the entire medical staff into investing into his hedge fund After TOO MUCH BLOODby Jane Bennett Munro OVERVIEW FROM It is the middle of the night when pathologist Toni Day receives a call from the coroner informing her that the notoriously sleazy local attorney, Jay Braithwaite Burke, has just been found dead in his Mercedes in the middle of a snowy interstate Unfortunately, everyone at Perrine Memorial Hospital where Toni works knows Burke Over the years, he managed to talk nearly the entire medical staff into investing into his hedge fund After it was revealed they had all foolishly invested in a Ponzi scheme, the feds moved in and he disappeared Now, two months later, Toni is about to perform his autopsy.It is no secret around town that many might have wished the attorney dead, including Toni and her husband, Hal As she delves into Burke s autopsy, Toni already knows they have few clues to go on when she learns the man bled to death, she suspects it was a homicide To complicate matters further, Burke s partner also dies in suspicious circumstances, and Burke s widow and children are left homeless by a series of house fires With a brutal schedule and doubts about her husband s faithfulness, Toni s life is already complex enough.But when a mysterious illness casts a bloody pall over the holiday season, Toni must rely on her pathological expertise to unmask a killer and rescue herself and everyone she loves from a bloody deathVIEW TOO MUCH BLOOD, A THRILLER in which author, Jane Bennett Munro takes the main character, Toni Day and wakes her in the middle of the night An autopsy needs to be performed on a low life attorney, Jay Braithwaite Burke In the investigation to find out what killed the lawyer, Day discovers quite a few people who had a reason to take him out.On the list are most of her friends from the hospital where she works, her neighbors and many.Burke was involved in some not so kosher deals which drew the attention of FBI agents He was also father of many children with many women He leaves an odd condition in his will so the children will be taken care of.This is one big web Along with the low life lawyer, Day has an idea her husband is not being so faithful Looks like the pathologist has a full plate.Ms Munro herself is a 34 year pathologist, so writing the medical parts of the book are second nature to her.The author wrote a good thriller with lots of webs to untangle.I only have one complaint with the book too many characters to keep up with There wasn t time and room in the book to go into depth on most of the characters.This was a good read but there just wasn t enough depth on the characters and the story kept going back and forth all the time, never giving a chance to get to know the characters and their real situations.I would give this book 3.5 STARS.I was given a complimentary copy of this book TOO MUCH BLOOD from the author, Jane Bennett Munro for this unbiased review.Biography from I m a pathologist in a rural hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho, trained in Southern California I worked my way through medical school as a medical technologist I came to Twin Falls right out of residency, and was in a solo practice for 24 years before my hospital was purchased by the other one now I have three partners I now work part time at St Luke s Magic Valley in Twin Falls I m 67, divorced, and live in Twin Falls with my best friend, Rhonda, and our cat, Henrietta.Unlike most pathologists in murder mysteries, my protagonist, Toni Day, MD, is not a forensic pathologist, and neither am I Like me, she is a hospital based general pathologist who has forensic autopsies thrust upon her Instead of the usual morgue scene, Toni s work involves all the other things pathologists do that nobody knows about surgical, cytology, the clinical laboratory all this in addition to solving the odd heinous crime.Reviewers have suggested that I develop a platform upon which to provide information for those who have lab work done, or must have something biopsied or removed at surgery, and the interrelationship between pathologists, surgeons, and oncologists cancer doctors which are so frightening and mysterious to the average patient.The readers of my books will at least get an idea of what the average pathologist does all day besides autopsies.We re not all Quincy.Some of us are Toni Day bmunro.wordpress 2013 04 01 its a flag Like see review Jun 01, 2013 Dianne rated it it was amazing Shelves action and adventure, adult fiction, author review, intrigue, medical suspense, murder mystery, own, thriller mystery Where do I start Too Much Blood by Jane Bennett Munro captured me from that first middle of the night phone call that could have waited until morning You know the one, regarding work, that you can do nothing about, and it wakes up everyone in the house and no matter what you CANNOT get back to sleep From this moment on, we are inside Toni Day s mind, living each scene with her, processing the events with her and being poked in the heart with her emotions Toni is a pathologist, suspicious d Where do I start Too Much Blood by Jane Bennett Munro captured me from that first middle of the night phone call that could have waited until morning You know the one, regarding work, that you can do nothing about, and it wakes up everyone in the house and no matter what you CANNOT get back to sleep From this moment on, we are inside Toni Day s mind, living each scene with her, processing the events with her and being poked in the heart with her emotions Toni is a pathologist, suspicious deaths that need to be examined, bodies that need to be dissected for hidden information, its all part of her life What happens when a possible murder hits too close to home The list of suspects is as large as a small town phone book and the possible reasons behind the unusual death of a man who has swindled millions of dollars from investors, is long and varied The cause of death Although mysterious in origin, it is brutal, bloody and obviously torturous, the deed of extreme calculation and malice After finding the cause, will Toni find the murderer before the murderer can add her to their list of victims Jane Bennett Munro writes with the knowledge of one who once dealt with the medical society, pegging not only the medical jargon, but the often stereo typical personalities of those in the medical field Toni is a brilliant, force to be reckoned with As I was transported into her mind, following her thoughts, I felt the need to buckle in and hold on tight Ms Munro has created and shaped a huge cast of characters that beg to be released from the pages of this tale, they are that real, from quirky to solidly twisted and everything in between She is not afraid to make the reader hate the character one minute, feel their pain the next Sarcasm rules, too, with intense dialogue and interaction between characters The pace NEVER slows down, the subplots add even MORE reality, because life isn t a straight line, there are roadblocks, detours and danger signs mixed in with those warm and fuzzy moments I want to thank the author for sharing this book with me in exchange for my honest review If you love a good medical mystery, with a dash of romantic conflict, a few fires and you don t mind the mental sight smell of blood and guts, you are going to love this book Publication Date July 19, 2012Publisher iUniverseISBN 1475929188Number of Pages 402Recommended Age AdultGenre Mystery Thriller MedicalRating 4.5 StarsAvailable at Barnes Noble For reviews check out Tome Tender s Book Blog or find us on Facebook. flag Like see review May 14, 2013 Laurie The Baking Bookworm rated it it was ok Shelves mystery, arc netgalley Note My sincere thanks to Jane Bennett Munro for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.My Thoughts This is the second book in the new Toni Day medical mystery series I had reviewed the first book in the series, Murder Under the Microscope at the end of May 2013.Unfortunately I had the same issues with this book as I did with the first book in the series Excessive and oddly placed swearing, slow plot and too much medical jargon which bogged dow Note My sincere thanks to Jane Bennett Munro for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.My Thoughts This is the second book in the new Toni Day medical mystery series I had reviewed the first book in the series, Murder Under the Microscope at the end of May 2013.Unfortunately I had the same issues with this book as I did with the first book in the series Excessive and oddly placed swearing, slow plot and too much medical jargon which bogged down the pace of the book and left me wondering if I needed to remember all of the technical stuff Toni s character changed a bit in this book unfortunately not for the better While she continues to come off as wiser than the cops who come off as bumbling and in desperate need of Toni s help I found it odd that Toni is able to get information that a typical pathologist probably wouldn t be able to get her hands Unfortunately her tone seemed to change too She seemed very arrogant in this book and overly pushy as she tried to get information out of people In a word, she was really unlikeable.I will say that the overall pace of this book improved over the first book in the series and the build up of the suspense was better and led to a very intense ending Unfortunately the path to that build up was hindered by Toni s sporadic yet repetitive worries that her husband Hal cheating on her These concerns would pop out of nowhere and took away from the suspense and seemed rather out of place.Also, her husband s reaction to being awoken in the middle of the night by one of Toni s coworkers at the beginning of the book seemed over the top I think this was supposed to be the straw that broke the camel s back and that led to Toni and Hal s marital woes hence the ensuing Hal must be cheating on me worries but it seemed silly How can a medical professional not know about pagers or putting one s phone on vibrate mode How can a spouse of a doctor not be used to having the phone ring in the middle of the night occasionally It would seem to me to be par for the course in marrying a pathologist who needs to be on call regularly It just seemed farfetched and made it seem like a lame excuse for the beginning of Toni s mistrust of Hal.There were also lot of characters in this story and, at times, it got a little hard for me to remember precisely who the author was talking about With so many characters you also run the risk of them not being developed enough and this was the case here It s hard to care for characters when I really don t know much about them.I will say that the ending was an edge of your seat will she make it ending which I enjoyed Unfortunately Toni doesn t strike me as a main character that I want to read about Her cursing over mundane things and her arrogance get in the way of me enjoying her as a protagonist.My Rating 2.5 5 stars flag Like see review Aug 06, 2013 S.L Hoyte rated it really liked it Reviewed by Sheri Bebee for Rebecca s ReadsIntense keeps you guessing I may just have a new favorite Genre Too Much Blood by Jane Bennett Munro was captivating The story is written around Toni Day, pathologist for Perrine Memorial Hospital It begins with a call Day received from the coroner Jay Braithwaite Burke, a local seedy attorney was found dead in his Mercedes in the middle of a snowy interstate Burke had swindled all of the doctors of the hospital to invest in his hedge fund, whi Reviewed by Sheri Bebee for Rebecca s ReadsIntense keeps you guessing I may just have a new favorite Genre Too Much Blood by Jane Bennett Munro was captivating The story is written around Toni Day, pathologist for Perrine Memorial Hospital It begins with a call Day received from the coroner Jay Braithwaite Burke, a local seedy attorney was found dead in his Mercedes in the middle of a snowy interstate Burke had swindled all of the doctors of the hospital to invest in his hedge fund, which later turned out to be a Ponzi scheme One of the doctors sued, and Burke filed bankruptcy and disappeared, right up until the apparent accident But was it an accident After doing the autopsy, Day believes Burke s death to be a homicide and sets off to fit together the missing pieces of the puzzle There are quite a few twists to the plot that keeps the story moving There is the mysterious will left by Burke Who would inherit his widow and children, his law partner, or one of his many former paramours And what s up with all the suspicious house fires following the Burke family around the neighborhood Too Much Blood is very well written and obviously by someone with extensive knowledge in the medical field And while I can appreciate Munro s thorough explanation of all the medical terminology and drug contraindications, it slowed me down and I found at times that I had to choose between re reading the information to better understand or move forward and hope it wasn t some intricate piece of knowledge I might need later on in the book But that s just me I like to read I like to read fast and I don t want to spend a lot of time figuring out what I just read On that same note, I felt like there were a lot of characters to keep up with and I never really felt like I got to know some of them with any depth Too Much Blood is bloody, painful, suspenseful and brutal, and includes a little bit of hot romance and marital drama for all you starry eyed readers like me.Overall I have to say I really enjoyed this book and will highly recommend 4 stars flag Like see review Sep 09, 2012 Charline Ratcliff rated it it was amazing Too Much Blood was an engrossing read, although it was most definitely written by someone with an extensive knowledge of human anatomy and conditions Author Jane Bennett Munro MD is a semi retired pathologist with over thirty years in the field, which gives her writing the exceptional realism that only comes from personal, hands on, experience Don t be worried though, Munro has written Too Much Blood in a very tasteful manner so while it s extremely realistic it s not over the top for th Too Much Blood was an engrossing read, although it was most definitely written by someone with an extensive knowledge of human anatomy and conditions Author Jane Bennett Munro MD is a semi retired pathologist with over thirty years in the field, which gives her writing the exceptional realism that only comes from personal, hands on, experience Don t be worried though, Munro has written Too Much Blood in a very tasteful manner so while it s extremely realistic it s not over the top for those who, like me, are squeamish when it comes to reading murder mysteries.Toni Day, the main character in Too Much Blood receives a call in the wee hours of the morning because Jay Braithwaite Burke, the local and sleazy attorney has been found deceased Burke s car was discovered in a small snow bank in the middle of a freeway and wouldn t you know it, when the police opened the car up, there was Jay Braithwaite Burke, dead as a door nail, in the driver s seat Toni is required to perform an autopsy and the question of the day Was Burke s death due to natural causes orwas it a homicide A man died in his car in the middle of the night during a snow storm Why wouldn t his death be from natural causes Probably because nothing in life is ever quite that simple I think I used the word sleazy when previously making reference to Burke and it s an apt description Apparently Mr Burke was promoting a pretty impressive hedge fund and almost every single doctor who worked at Perrine Memorial Hospital invested in it Unfortunately, when the economy tanked, so did his hedge fund and it was revealed shortly afterward to be a massive Ponzi scheme Needless to say, after losing their shirts and then some, most of the town had reason to want Burke dead Now it s just a question of who done it I don t want to give away any of Munro s tale suffice it to say it was a great book Munro writes with captivating flair and her storyline is believable and realistic Too Much Blood reads like front page news and I m certain that murder mystery fans of all ages will enjoy this title Reviewed in association with Rebecca s Reads flag Like see review Jun 03, 2013 Alexia rated it really liked it Despite seeing that this book had some not so great reviews, I was elated when I got a copy from the author for review and the following day I dove head first into the book.Mystery books have always been a favorite of mine so I had high expectations for this book.My expectations were definitely met.This book was an awesome book Yes there were some issues mainly surrounding the HIPPA laws that I know are in place to protect the patient As someone who has spent a ton of time in hospitals,I was e Despite seeing that this book had some not so great reviews, I was elated when I got a copy from the author for review and the following day I dove head first into the book.Mystery books have always been a favorite of mine so I had high expectations for this book.My expectations were definitely met.This book was an awesome book Yes there were some issues mainly surrounding the HIPPA laws that I know are in place to protect the patient As someone who has spent a ton of time in hospitals,I was expecting to be bothered by the violations of HIPPA but I found myself not even caring That s how engaging I found the book.This book kept me guessing the entire time I really liked Toni and she seemed to have everything all put together even though her personal life was unraveling I wish I had a better feeling about Hal but I don t feel like his character was developed as much as I was hoping.Then there was Bambi who I didn t like initially but I grew to absolutely adore her Let s not forget the awesomeness that was Toni s mother,Fiona She was full of spunk that was so similar to Toni.The finale scene with Ruthie and Toni was pure perfection My heart was racing as I read the pages.It was so suspenseful that I could barely wait to read the next page and the next one.I would give this book 4 stars The only reason it s not getting a full five stars is that I don t feel like I got to know all of the supporting characters as well as I wanted to I think she could have tapped into them a bit ,especially Hal flag Like see review May 21, 2013 Jane Reads rated it it was amazing Recommends it for anyone who enjoys medical murder mysteries Shelves reviewed Too Much Blood is the second book in the Toni Day Mystery series by Jane Bennett Munro, MD Dr Munro is a pathologist in a small hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho, as is Dr Toni Day Shapiro There, the similarities end, I trust The citizens of the real Twin Falls are better behaved, hopefully, than those of the fictional Twin Falls The scheming, homicidal and incendiary nature of a few of the residents of fictional Twin Falls make Too Much Blood a very good read, however Toni is a very likable ch Too Much Blood is the second book in the Toni Day Mystery series by Jane Bennett Munro, MD Dr Munro is a pathologist in a small hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho, as is Dr Toni Day Shapiro There, the similarities end, I trust The citizens of the real Twin Falls are better behaved, hopefully, than those of the fictional Twin Falls The scheming, homicidal and incendiary nature of a few of the residents of fictional Twin Falls make Too Much Blood a very good read, however Toni is a very likable character, well written and three dimensional The amateur sleuthing of the protagonist in some other cozy mystery series can seem so far fetched Toni s assistance to the Twin Falls police officers is crucial to solve these murders Her husband Hal, her mother Fiona, and her friends are also well developed characters, and add a lot to the enjoyment of the book I am finding it difficult to explain further about why I like this book so much, without giving major spoilers and I don t do that , or else just repeating what is in the synopsis But I do Really, really like it another five star read for Jane Bennett Munro I received this book from the author, with no expectation of a positive review My review was originally published at Jane Reads, along with an EXCLUSIVE author interview flag Like see review May 20, 2013 Melissa rated it did not like it I was very disappointed by this book I m a huge fan of murder mysteries I liked the cover and the back cover copy drew me in but overall the novel failed to deliver The pace is sluggish, the characters aren t likeable at ALL, the mystery is buried beneath petty dialogue, and none of it really makes much sense at the end The main character, Toni, is ridiculous She s abrasive, socially inept, morally questionablewhatever I can normally finish a book in one sitting, especially if it s a pa I was very disappointed by this book I m a huge fan of murder mysteries I liked the cover and the back cover copy drew me in but overall the novel failed to deliver The pace is sluggish, the characters aren t likeable at ALL, the mystery is buried beneath petty dialogue, and none of it really makes much sense at the end The main character, Toni, is ridiculous She s abrasive, socially inept, morally questionablewhatever I can normally finish a book in one sitting, especially if it s a page turner This one took me two weeks because I kept putting it down I only finished it because I m incredibly stubborn and held out hope that it would redeem itself It never does I couldn t find one character in this book that I cared about all were nasty gossips who can t keep their mouths shut or their pants on I usually don t write a review if it s negative I like being positive but this book was SO disappointing flag Like see review Nov 13, 2012 Sandrag Gallegos rated it liked it For anyone who likes thriller, murder mysteries, keep you on the edge of your toes reads, this one will not disappoint The fact that Jane, the author has been a pathologist for over 33 years really shows through the explanation and details when describing the scenes that Toni is witnessing For someone who has no clue when it comes to what to look for in a crime scene, she did a great job at really giving you details and not overwhelming you with medical jargon The only drawback I have is that For anyone who likes thriller, murder mysteries, keep you on the edge of your toes reads, this one will not disappoint The fact that Jane, the author has been a pathologist for over 33 years really shows through the explanation and details when describing the scenes that Toni is witnessing For someone who has no clue when it comes to what to look for in a crime scene, she did a great job at really giving you details and not overwhelming you with medical jargon The only drawback I have is that I would have liked the characters to have been built up a little for us as readers This would have allowed us to get to know them better Plus keeping the story flowing rather than jumping from scene to scene would have made it an easier read to follow There where several times where I had to go back to figure out what was happening Otherwise a good thriller flag Like see review Nov 16, 2012 Kathy rated it really liked it If you love a good mystery murder book then this is the book for you Those are the types of books that I really enjoy Toni gets a call in the middle of the night about Jay Burke being dead He was found dead in his Mercedes in the middle of a snowy interstate Toni does autopsies, so she was told to do an autopsy on Jay Jay was known to be a sleazy local attorney Everyone even may have wished Jay were dead Does that mean someone may have killed him You ll have to read the book to find out If you love a good mystery murder book then this is the book for you Those are the types of books that I really enjoy Toni gets a call in the middle of the night about Jay Burke being dead He was found dead in his Mercedes in the middle of a snowy interstate Toni does autopsies, so she was told to do an autopsy on Jay Jay was known to be a sleazy local attorney Everyone even may have wished Jay were dead Does that mean someone may have killed him You ll have to read the book to find out This was one of those books that I had a hard time putting down Defiantly kept me on the edge of my seat flag Like see review Jul 02, 2013 Bella rated it did not like it Don t waste your time or money with this You ll be severely disappointed The suspense plot sounds clever and I wish there had been of it It is buried beneath poorly written characters that were underdeveloped and superficial I put this book down over and over again, but hate not finishing or at least trying to finish a book The cover and book blurb swayed me, but it failed to deliver flag Like see review Jun 07, 2013 Emily Heinlen Davis rated it it was amazing I LOVED this book It has great writing and an engaging story I got pulled in right away and didn t want to put it down I highly recommend this book flag Like see review Misty rated it it was ok Jul 02, 2013 Susan L rated it liked it Jun 03, 2013 Betsy Rush rated it really liked it Feb 25, 2018 Carol J Bashista rated it it was amazing Jan 11, 2015 Kevin rated it really liked it Sep 19, 2016 Rhianna rated 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    1. In the thriller TOO MUCH BLOOD, author Jane Bennett Munro wakes the main character pathologist Toni Day in the middle of the night to perform an autopsy on a less than ideal man a sleazy attorney named Jay Braithwaite Burke And Day, in her quest to find out what killed the lawyer, discovers that many people had motive to take the life of Burke Unfortunately, that list includes most of her friends that she has at the hospital in which she works, her neighbors and many Burke convinced In the thri [...]


    2. I was given this book by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Too Much Blood is the second Toni Day Mystery book by Jane Bennett Munro Toni is a pathologist who works in a small town and finds herself caught up in the mysterious death of a slimeball that enrolled most of the doctors in the town in a Ponzi scheme, which lost them most of their savings Needless to say, plenty of people wanted this man dead At the same time, Toni is struggling with her marriage it seems that her husb I wa [...]


    3. This is not a great mystery The author is a retired pathologist who lives in Twin Falls, ID, which is my home town The story takes place in TF and the main character is a pathologist, and there are many mentions of places in the area, which I enjoy The series itself is chock full of medical information and mayhem which sometimes gets to be too much.


    4. Loved the characters and how they are evolving This is the second in the series about a pathologist who gets involved solving murders that affect her, her community, and her job Crazy killer makes me want to read the next one right away.



    5. TOO MUCH BLOODby Jane Bennett Munro OVERVIEW FROM It is the middle of the night when pathologist Toni Day receives a call from the coroner informing her that the notoriously sleazy local attorney, Jay Braithwaite Burke, has just been found dead in his Mercedes in the middle of a snowy interstate Unfortunately, everyone at Perrine Memorial Hospital where Toni works knows Burke Over the years, he managed to talk nearly the entire medical staff into investing into his hedge fund After TOO MUCH BLOO [...]


    6. Where do I start Too Much Blood by Jane Bennett Munro captured me from that first middle of the night phone call that could have waited until morning You know the one, regarding work, that you can do nothing about, and it wakes up everyone in the house and no matter what you CANNOT get back to sleep From this moment on, we are inside Toni Day s mind, living each scene with her, processing the events with her and being poked in the heart with her emotions Toni is a pathologist, suspicious d Where [...]


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