Delayed Diagnosis (Dr. Rhea Lynch, #1)



Delayed Diagnosis (Dr. Rhea Lynch, #1) When Dr Rhea Lynch takes a position in the ER of a small South Carolina hospital, she is stunned to discover that several residents, including her best friend, are falling prey to strange and unexplainable symptoms, and Rhea must race against time to find the truth before it is too late Original. New Read Books Delayed Diagnosis (Dr. Rhea Lynch, #1) Author Gwen Hunter – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Delayed Diagnosis (Dr. Rhea Lynch, #1)
  • Gwen Hunter
  • English
  • 25 January 2017
  • 1551668033

10 thoughts on “Delayed Diagnosis (Dr. Rhea Lynch, #1)

  1. Nancy says:

    This was an impulse buy I needed to fill up my Kindle for a cross country flight and stumbled across this in the under 3 mystery section at .Delayed diagnosis gives the impression that is was written by an author just getting her feet under her The characters are all clich s, but the plot pulls you along Typos and printing errors jar the reader out of the story leading me to think this book could have been saved by good editor However, Gwen Hunter is not a first time writer, but someo This was an impulse buy I needed to fill up my Kindle for a cross country flight and stumbled across this in the under 3 mystery section at .Delayed diagnosis gives the impression that is was written by an author just getting her feet under her The characters are all clich s, but the plot pulls you along Typos and printing errors jar the reader out of the story leading me to think this book could have been saved by good editor However, Gwen Hunter is not a first time writer, but so...

  2. Missy says:

    This author was so insulting to the reader it was almost humorous Half the book was the main character a Doctor who described every medical action she was doing and then breaking it down for the reader She even explained that a C...

  3. Monica Willyard says:

    Warning Major book addiction ahead This is the first in a fantastic medical mystery series Its unconventional characters, small town setting, and fast paced plot make it an engagingly edgy book You ll find yourself needing to read the next book, so buy the first two together if you can.

  4. Susan says:

    I read this a few weeks ago as I was able to get a copy via my kindle Unfortunate that the Dr Rhea Lynch books are hard to source as they are OOP OTOH, I was able to score the remainder of the books in the series in very good condition viaThey arrived yesterday Just wish I could have bought them new so I could support the author and let the publisher know there is still demand for them One of the things that I really like in any book is when it s set in areas that I am familiar I read this a few weeks ago as I was able to get a copy via my kindle Unfortunate that the Dr Rhea Lynch books are hard to source as they are OOP OTOH, I was able to score the remainder of the books in the series in very good condition viaThey arrived yesterday Just wish I could have bought them new so I could support the author and let the publisher know there is still demand for them One of the things that I really like in any book is when it s set in areas that I am familiar with and remains true to them For the most part Taking liberties is always necessary in some way, shape, or form This is set in...

  5. Marilyn Groves says:

    Was a recommended book at the end of Sinners and Saints Because of my close ties with the local rural hospital, this one is interesting.FromDr Rhea Lynch left a suffocating life in Charleston to practice medicine in the ER of a small South Carolina Hospital Now, Dawkins County is her home, a place that holds the only real family she s ever known But when she returns from vacation, Rhea is shocked to discover that her best friend, Marisa, is near death and unable to communicate The Was a recommended book at the end of Sinners and Saints Because of my close ties with the local rural hospital, this one is interesting.FromDr Rhea Lynch left a suffocating life in Charleston to practice medicine in the ER of a small South Carolina Hospital Now, Dawkins County is her home, a place that holds the only real family she s ever known But when she returns from vacation, Rhea is shocked to discover that her best friend, Marisa, is near death and unable to communicate The official diagnosis a paralyzing stroke Despite the family s attempts to keep her away, Rhea is determined to make her own diagnosis In a surreptitious examination, a hideous truth is revealed Then a man is brought into her ER with similar symptoms And...

  6. D.B. Reynolds says:

    Gwen Hunter s Rhea Lynch, MD series is terrific I ve read all four books several times in paperback, and I m thrilled they re finally coming out on Kindle Her characters are complex and very human, the mysteries intriguing and the action pulse poun...

  7. Michael Redd says:

    Interesting departure from the authors that I normally read Tiresome description of some basic medical tests almost like she wanted to get to a certain number of words.If I come acrossof her books, I will read them.

  8. Judy Thompson says:

    Wonderful, I just love Ms Hunter s writing It grabs you right away and doesn t let you go until the very last page I hope she keeps writing for many years to come.

  9. Caine1064 says:

    Very good book

  10. Gina says:

    Pretty good To come back from vacation and find that your best friend is near death would dishearten anyone, including me But when Rhea checks on her, things don t add up between the paperwork at the hospital and what she sees I can t blame her for going the extra mile to find out what happened to her best friend.Lots of suspense keeps you turning the pages well after you should be in bed sleepin...

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