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High-tech medical dialysis equipment can keep a person alive even after they have reached complete kidney failure, but the process of hemodialysis is complicated. The machines must be set up properly, tested, and monitored during the hours-long treatments by skilled staff or the treatment itself can become deadly.

Patricia Barker left Massachusetts and the job she loved working in obstetrics to escape the man who was stalking her. She accepts a nursing job in the Bentonville Dialysis Center but has no idea how much skill it will require, let alone how dangerous it could be for the patients if she makes a mistake.  

Brittany Combs, the clinic's Head Nurse, doesn’t know that the man who was stalking Pat has now decided she is a more appropriate love interest. Her life becomes a tangled and dangerous web as he draws her into his world by threatening her vulnerable patients if she doesn’t give in to his demands. His vicious plot turns deadly hanging her life in the balance.

©2014 Sandra Olson (P)2020 Sandra Olson

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Toxic blood

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Narrator: Mark G Bielecki
This book sounded like it would be a good psychological thriller about a stalker but it didn’t really turn out that way.
A stalker who was responsible for a death and we’re expected to believe things would of turned out alright in the end?
I did like the intermingling of storylines but even with that there should have been some consequences that were basically just ignored.
The story got all tied up in a nice little bow, really! I’m sure anyone who’s suffered a stalker would tell you a different story.
The narrator’s voice was pleasant to listen to, at times he sounded a little stiff in his delivery but overall he did a good job.

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  • Ellen Oceanside
  • 17-11-20

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Patricia leaves a job she loves and finds out she has a stalker. How can one do her job where accuracy is a must. Good plot and narration. Given audio for my voluntary review

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