The Sisterhood

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Random House Publishing Group, Jan 12, 2011 - Fiction - 368 pages
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Inside Boston Doctors Hospital, patients are  dying. In the glare of the operating room, they  survive the surgeon's knife. But in the dark, hollow  silence of the night, they die. Suddenly,  inexplicable, horribly. A tough, bright doctor will risk his  very life-to dedicated young nurse unknowingly  holds the and the answers. Together they will  discover that no one is from...

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User Review  - indygo88 - LibraryThing

Eh....I'm lukewarm on this one. The storyline was interesting enough, but something didn't sit well with me to make this one memorable. I think it was a combination of things: the reader (too formal ... Read full review

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This book examines the sensitive topic of euthanasia. Dr. David Shelton, a little brash, easy to dislike, and recovering from a personal crisis that has caused a career setback, gets his chance to ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Michael Palmer, MD, (1942–2013) was the author of Miracle CureCritical JudgmentSilent TreatmentNatural CausesExtreme MeasuresFlashbackSide Effects, and The Sisterhood. His books have been translated into thirty-five languages. He trained in internal medicine at Boston City and Massachusetts General hospitals, spent twenty years as a full-time practitioner of internal and emergency medicine, and served as an associate director of the Massachusetts Medical Society’s physician health program.

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