Suture Self

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (8.63 hours)
Product Number: Z100095900
Released: Jun 21, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781481562027
Narrator/s: Anna Fields
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Description

Mary Daheim's wonderful world of Hillside Manor is zany, engrossing, and positively addicting! In Suture Self, Judith McMonigle Flynn is scheduled for a hip replacement. Instead of looking ahead to her new mobility, she's worried. "Routine surgery" recently cost a local actress and a star baseball pitcher their lives. Though Judith smells malice, she successfully survives her operation-but another patient isn't so lucky. Stuck in this chamber of Hippocratic horrors, Judith feels compelled to get to the bottom of what could be the worst malpractice case ever recorded or perhaps something much more sinister. The worst diagnosis of all is the one that suggests Judith's curiosity is terminal and that a killer is saving a last lethal dose of medicine for her.

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Author(s): Mary Daheim
Series: Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries Series No: 17
Original Publish Date: Oct 21, 2008

All formats/editions

CD
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Author(s): Mary Daheim
Narrator(s): Anna Fields
Series:
Product Number DD6830
Released: Aug 01, 2013
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781470891114
eBook
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Author(s): Mary Daheim
Series:
Product Number EB00238986
Released: Mar 20, 2014
Business Term: 26 Circ
ISBN: #9780061755019

Professional reviews

"SUTURE SELF is a quirky contribution to the author's bed-and-breakfast mystery series, in which heroine Judith Flynn once again finds herself the unwitting sleuth unraveling a murder. Flynn and her sidekick cousin are cooped up in a shared hospital room following simultaneous surgeries, and that's just the first implausible coincidence found in this novel. Anna Fields performs a top-notch interpretation; she presents this quirky tale with precise yet soothing diction that immerses the listener in the events, ensuring that the story is not superseded by the reading. However, her exaggerated dialects of some characters are distracting, and the two main characters are sometimes indistinguishable by voice alone. N.M.C. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"

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