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Not one of Gerritsen s best books but still a very entertaining mystery and one where I did not even begin to guess the real killer I enjoyed it for the story and the mystery but not for the romance which was feeble and unnecessary Thank goodness that in her later books she left the romance part behind and concentrated instead on what she is good at writing a really good thriller And she is very, very good at that It s quite a shock that I finished this book within 2 hours.. I am a big fan of Tess Gerritsen s writing and love the Rizolli and Isles series so when I found this earlier book that had previously eluded me I was eager to read it.A young anaesthesiologist named Kate Chesne is accused of malpractice when a patient dies during a routine operation She knows something is not right with the documents in the patient s file and believes she is being framed for the death When Kate discovers others deaths that appear to be linked she realises that there is a bigg I am a big fan of Tess Gerritsen s writing and love the Rizolli and Isles series so when I found this earlier book that had previously eluded me I was eager to read it.A young anaesthesiologist named Kate Chesne is accused of malpractice when a patient dies during a routine operation She knows something is not right with the documents in the patient s file and believes she is being framed for the death When Kate discovers others deaths that appear to be linked she realises that there is a bigger picture and that she must not only clear her name but alos discover who lies behind the killings This is another of the medical thrillers that have proven so successful for Tess Gerritsen and although this is one of her earlier novels it still ticks most of the boxes and delivers a good entertaining read Admittedly it is only just a 4 star rating but I can still recommend it to Mystery Thriller readers Thank goodness Tess Gerritsen stopped including stupid romance crap in her books And thank goodness this wasn t the first of her books I ve read, or I d have missed out on the fantastic Rizzoli series Why do authors feel the need to ruin a perfectly good murder mystery with a stupid romance Do they think that s the only way women will read their books Not this woman The most interesting thing about this book is that there s a minor character named Brophy The reason that s interesting is be Thank goodness Tess Gerritsen stopped including stupid romance crap in her books And thank goodness this wasn t the first of her books I ve read, or I d have missed out on the fantastic Rizzoli series Why do authors feel the need to ruin a perfectly good murder mystery with a stupid romance Do they think that s the only way women will read their books Not this woman The most interesting thing about this book is that there s a minor character named Brophy The reason that s interesting is because Dr Isles has a love interest named Daniel Brophy Gerritsen must know someone with that name because it s an unusual name to use twice I would suggest that instead of reading this book, start with The Surgeon and read that series instead It s much, much better Kate Chesne, a young anaesthesiologist is accused of malpractice after a patient dies during a routine operation Kate knows something is not right with the documents in the patient s file and fears she is being framed for the death The subsequent death of a nurse leads Kate to believe there is something larger at stake here than just her career and she sets out to find what is going on As you would expect from Tess Gerritsen, the book is full of suspense and a few twists and turns as Kate and Kate Chesne, a young anaesthesiologist is accused of malpractice after a patient dies during a routine operation Kate knows something is not right with the documents in the patient s file and fears she is being framed for the death The subsequent death of a nurse leads Kate to believe there is something larger at stake here than just her career and she sets out to find what is going on As you would expect from Tess Gerritsen, the book is full of suspense and a few twists and turns as Kate and lawyer for the prosecution, David Ransom unearth some well kept secrets and chase down the real killer They might end up 30% shorter, but if Tess Gerritsen took the romance out of her books, they d be 100% better They d be terrific, actually.Gerritsen s twisty plots are fairly clever and nicely suspenseful, and I am a particular fan of her medical thrillers This was not a bad story Unfortunately, her cloying Mills and Boon esque renderings of her characters love lives are virtually unreadable, and because she insists on giving these relationships so much airtime not what I m looking for in a They might end up 30% shorter, but if Tess Gerritsen took the romance out of her books, they d be 100% better They d be terrific, actually.Gerritsen s twisty plots are fairly clever and nicely suspenseful, and I am a particular fan of her medical thrillers This was not a bad story Unfortunately, her cloying Mills and Boon esque renderings of her characters love lives are virtually unreadable, and because she insists on giving these relationships so much airtime not what I m looking for in a mystery thriller, even when well written , it really sucks a lot of pleasure out of the reading experience.I m going to give her fragile lady big strong man schtick a bare pass in this book, because it isthan twenty years old but in general, her cliched sexism is another element of her writing that is pretty disappointing For a strong, successful woman she was a doctor before turning her hand to writing , she turns out some tired stereotypes Again, I have to skim those bits because I actually find them offensive And you know what I m not going to give it a pass after all, the nineties weren t exactly the Middle Ages Here are some gems from this book I don t need your help, she snapped I ve never needed any man s help He briefly considered the old fashioned method of brute force, but knowing her sense of pride, he didn t think it would work So he simply retorted, Suit yourself, and stalked off to the house She swept back a stray lock of hair and a lead weight seemed to lodge in his throat as he glimpsed the bruised cheek Despite her pride and her so called independence, she was really just a woman And like any woman, she could be hurt His gaze lingered on her cheek That bruise of yours is already fading Every time I see it I get angry You told me once it turned you on What it really does is make me feel protective Must be some ancient male instinct From the days when we had to keep the other cavemen from roughing up our personal property There he sat at the foot of the bed and watched her sleep Such a beautiful, stubborn, maddeningly independent woman He used to think he liked independent women Now he wasn t so sure Yuk |Download ⚓ Anestesia fatale ♋ Per l avvocato David Ransom solo l ennesimo caso di negligenza, un anestesista che ha sbagliato nel somministrare un farmaco letale Per Kate Chesne, invece, quel caso potrebbe essere la fine della carriera, un sospetto e un accusa infamante a cui non si rassegna Per questo irrompe nell ufficio e nella vita privata di David, determinata a convincerlo della propria innocenza Il brutale assassinio di un infermiera insinua il dubbio in Ransom e se Kate avesse ragione, se ci fosse realmente un disegno oscuro, una mente diabolica dietro il susseguirsi di morti apparentemente casuali Trigger warnings murder, death of a child, animal experimentation, possible assisted suicide I read this solely because it s set in Hawaii so it let me cross something off for one of my yearly reading goals I remembered reading Tess Gerritsen books back in undergrad and enjoying them, so I when I saw this was set in Hawaii and my library had it, it seemed like a no brainer Course, it wasn t until I was about half way through that I realised this was first published in 1990 and subsequently r Trigger warnings murder, death of a child, animal experimentation, possible assisted suicide I read this solely because it s set in Hawaii so it let me cross something off for one of my yearly reading goals I remembered reading Tess Gerritsen books back in undergrad and enjoying them, so I when I saw this was set in Hawaii and my library had it, it seemed like a no brainer Course, it wasn t until I was about half way through that I realised this was first published in 1990 and subsequently reprinted with amodern cover There were certain things about that piece of information that made a LOT fall into place I mean, the medical thriller side of the story That was pretty solid and it kept me guessing throughout But the romance side of the story OOF It was very VERY 90s Lots of male dominance and man pain Lots of him insisting that he can t possibly fall in love with her and then doing it anyway Lots of her swooning Lots of me eye rolling The romance 2 stars The thriller side 4 stars Balance it out and you get 3 MATHS WOO Review to come after I get my life back again But to sum up my feelings I very much enjoyed the mystery, but hated the characters and the romance. I am at least a book or several behind on various series since there are just so many of them out there now However, when I looked at this month s prompt and thought about what I wanted to read, I just wasn t feeling the urge.I have been on a Tess Gerritsen glom lately, so even though this book isn t part of a series, I decided to just continue trucking right along through her backlist Most readers now would think of Rizzoli Isles thrillers when they think of Gerritsen However, she got her I am at least a book or several behind on various series since there are just so many of them out there now However, when I looked at this month s prompt and thought about what I wanted to read, I just wasn t feeling the urge.I have been on a Tess Gerritsen glom lately, so even though this book isn t part of a series, I decided to just continue trucking right along through her backlist Most readers now would think of Rizzoli Isles thrillers when they think of Gerritsen However, she got her start in romantic suspense, often using her medical background to come up with some interesting plotlines.In Under the Knife, her heroine Dr Kate Chesne lives out her worst nightmare as an anesthesiologist One of her patients dies on the table under circumstances that should not have occurred Fingers are pointed at Kate as the accusation arises that she misread an EKG with fatal results.Kate does not believe that she made such an obvious mistake and she is determined to clear her name So, what does she do She shows up at the office of medical malpractice attorney David Ransom, determined to tell him the real story The lawyer in me read this part of the book and kept thinking, There s all kinds of no way written all over this situation, and yet something about the writing kept me reading.This is a partial review You can find the complete text in the TBR Challenge column at All About Romance