Call After Midnight & Under the Knife

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HQN, 2006 - Fiction - 555 pages
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Call After Midnight: newlywed Sarah Fontaine has just received the news that every wife fears: her husband of two months has died abroad in a hotel fire. Yet convinced he's still alive, Sarah forges an alliance with Nick O'Hara from the U.S. State Department that has the two of them crisscrossing Europe on a desperate search for signs of life. As Sarah and Nick become quarry in the secret world of international espionage, they must risk everything for answers that may prove fatal. Under the Knife: For attorney David Ransom, it begins as an open-and-shut case: malpractice. Thgen Dr. Kate Chesne storms into his office, daring him to seek out the truth--that she's being framed.

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User Review  - Birdi - Goodreads

Okay, but not her best works. Read full review

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User Review  - Dana - Goodreads

The epilogue of Under the KNife left me in tears. Both of these books were total page turners. I never thought of myself as a romance reader, but this is an author I can get behind. Read full review

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Tess Gerritsen was born on June 12, 1953 in San Diego, California. She received a bachelor's degree from Stanford University and a M.D. from the University of California, San Francisco. While on maternity leave from her work as a physician, she began to write fiction. Her first novel, Call After Midnight was published in 1987. It was followed by eight more romantic suspense novels. She also wrote the screenplay, Adrift, which aired as a 1993 CBS Movie of the Week starring Kate Jackson. Her first medical thriller, Harvest, was published in 1996. She is the author of the Rizzoli and Isles series, which was adapted into a television show. She has won several awards including the Nero Wolfe Award for Vanish and the Rita Award for The Surgeon. She retired from the medical field and writes full-time.

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