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Summary

A daring drugs raid on a Minneapolis hospital, during which a medical orderly is murdered, takes place on the same day that Lucas Davenport's surgeon wife, Weather, is due to perform a high-profile operation to separate conjoined twin girls.

Investigating the raid, Davenport concludes that it must have been an inside job and - as a witness to the criminals' desperate getaway - Weather is now in grave danger.

©2010 John Sandford (P)2010 Recorded Books LLC

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  • 10-01-17

Thin story padded with large amounts of superfluous material

Weak plot. Entire sections read like a medical text book. I am not sure why a crime thriller needs pages and pages of surgical procedures. It isn't entertaining and doesn't make the author appear smart. If I wanted a medical book I wouldn't have bought a crime thriller.

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