In Safe Hands Paperback
by Abbie Taylor
There's a fine line between saving lives - and taking them.
Nursing is everything to Dawn. Having lost her beloved grandmother to cancer, it breaks her heart to see a terminally ill patient suffering in the same way.
So when the old lady begs Dawn to end her life, Dawn knows it is the kindest thing to do.
But what she doesn't realize is that someone in the hospital has been watching her.
Someone who is intent on making her pay for what she's done.
Wracked with guilt, Dawn struggles to meet her tormentor's demands.
But she is already way out of her depth. And things are about to take a very sinister turn...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 464 pages
- Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/02/2011
- Category: Thriller / suspense
- ISBN: 9780553819823
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Review by nicola26
This was only okay! I really did enjoy it at the very beginning- I was drawn into the life of nurse, Dawn, and her hectic life at the hospital. It seemed like it would be interesting enough. The pacing is <i>so bad</i>. The book moved really slow. Lots and lots of description about mundane things instead of actually just letting the story flow. I think Taylor showed a lot of knowledge about the medical world and the hospital certainly seemed realistic but I didn't think the writing was all that impressive. Perhaps I just wasn't paying much attention but I so didn't see the bad guy until I was told! I liked that it wasn't in-your-face obvious from the beginning so there was still some point to reading the book. The ending was good, as was the beginning- the middle was just really lacking in substance.