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Hannah Fâtier is a thirty-two-year-old physician fresh out of residency training. She’s just started her first job as an anesthesiologist at Deaconess Hospital in San Francisco, she’s bought a new home, and she’s engaged to be married.
In short, life is good for Hannah–until, one day, tragedy strikes. A patient under her care dies unexpectedly during a routine operation. An investigation into the case reveals the cause of death to be a basic medical error committed by Hannah. […] She begins to suspect someone has framed her for a fatal medical mistake she didn’t make. But who would do such a thing and why? And, more importantly, why did her patient really die that day on the operating table?
Where Death Is a Hunter is a medical mystery dealing with hospital death, a dark enigma, one doctor’s self-doubt, and the search for redemption.
~E-copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review~
Hannah Fâtier is a anesthesiologist with a brand new job at Deaconess Hospital in San Francisco. Her life seems ordinary until a patient under her care dies before the routine operation had properly begun. Hannah is blamed due to a basic medical error, yet Hannah knows she isn’t to blame. Research into the paitent Hannah discovers many inconsistencies. And learns that someone has framed her for a fatal medical mistake she knows she didn’t make.
Okay, I really enjoyed this book. I feel like thriller novels are now something I should look into more. Hannah is such a great character, I loved her so much and felt so bad for her as she was put through all this terrible suffering. She lives an intriguing life which in turn increased a worthwhile tale. The novel only focuses on what’s important and Stookey creates a female lead that was great to root for. And the supporting cast – while they didn’t feel as fully fleshed out but they were still likeable and believable. This is such a short review, but this book was so great! I could definitely see this as a tv show!
Overall, a detailed, thrilling novel that keeps you gripped until the very end!