Thursday, February 21, 2013
It's Nothing Personal by Kate O'Reilly
On a chilly January morning, anesthesiologist Dr. Jenna Reiner made her daily drive to St. Augustine hospital, completely unaware that her life was about to change forever. One of the surgical technicians in her hospital has been stealing syringes, and infecting patients with hepatitis C. The battle against the thieving surgical technician was only the beginning. Jenna Reiner was about to begin the fight of her life - the fight for her reputation, her pride, and her sanity.
Beautifully composed, and inspired by real-life events, It's Nothing Personal is a riveting, suspenseful, and emotional thriller that tells the story of faith and fortitude when an innocent woman finds herself surrounded by corruption and greed.
First off I must say the book cover is fantastic and what's inside is even better! I read this fast paced suspenseful novel in two days and loved every page. You can't help but like Dr. Jenna Reiner, an anesthesiologist that has it all when suddenly a major lawsuit hits her in the face. Having no idea that a surgical tech replaces a drug with saline laced with hepatitis she sets out to prove her innocence.
Her life is filled with greedy lawyers, blackmail, and more. The courtroom scenes are dramatic and your heart goes out to Jenna and her family as they feel they can take no more. The author has written an eye opening novel giving us a glimpse into the corruption of the medical system. An excellent read!
I received a copy of this book free from PUYB in exchange for an honest review.