Book Review: Nothing Lasts Forever, by Sidney Sheldon

Reading the prologue, one wonders if this novel is a mystery, a thriller or a courtroom drama. The defendant in the case is Dr. Paige Taylor, accused of killing a patient to gain a lot of money. The prosecution wants her to get the death sentence. The only person who seems to believe in Paige’s innocence is her fiance. Will the defence attorney be able to give the jury reasonable doubt and prove Paige’s innocence? Or is she really guilty?

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Book Review: The Blind Trial, by Sulaiman Sait

I’ve somehow strayed away from the genre of medical thrillers thus far. When Sulaiman, who I know through blogging, released his book, I thought this might be the book to change that, and it was.

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