ADRENALINE by John Benedict
When Dr. Doug Landry, an anesthesiologist at Our Lady of Mercy Hospital, is investigated for a series of suspicious deaths that occur shortly after anesthesia is administered, he enters the fight of his life. Who is sabotaging the anesthesia department and why? The book is jammed packed with subplots that will keep you on your toes, as you struggle to dissect each one. If you like medical suspense with hefty doses of sexual tension, desperation, ghastly patient suffering, and lawyers filling the corridors, Benedict’s book is a good read. Fast paced, the book may require you to put it down occasionally to catch your breath.