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    a real page turner

    I love a good mystery and this one was so intriguing. I would have read it all in one sitting if I could have (and I nearly did). I look forward to more from this author, perhaps a sequel starring Janwar the anesthesiologist turned detective?
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    I was hooked from the start!

    A notable addition to the modern detective genre — it's gripping, funny, smart, and fun. Just enough medical detail to make it feel real without being overwhelming, and loads of uniquely Canadian references. Janwar is lovably neurotic... I would definitely read the sequel!
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    Penny Fiction at it's Worst

    Anyone remotely attached to the medical field, particularly thise familiar with Oprating Theatres snd Anaesthesiology Departments, will easily see through the improbability if the plot the shallowness of the characters. The plot is implausible and the "brilliance" of the protagonist in figuring out how to "connect the dots" us quite astounding, which is why the plot must be explained to the reader. I don't know of any anaesthesia department that could accommodate the one scene described ir why there would be a bat [weapon] stored in a closet. Additionally, no medical student could ever wield the type of influence or independence herein described. All this, after looking forward to the read because Ottawa was my home and i was part of the health care serices, since i worked in the Operating Room of the Ottawa Civic...what a disappointment. I wish i hadn't bothered to buy or read this book.
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    Read this ASAP

    Different than any other book I've read. Also, I could relate to the main character's quirks and anxiety even though I don't share his gender, profession, or race. That's good writing.
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    Death and the Intern

    Reads like a CBC 3 part mini series. As a medical mystery it has some factual content.
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