The Provider



The Provider University Hospital is a gleaming showplace of modern medicine But a string of tragic deaths has struck the neonatal unit each young fatality marked by a bizarre pathology No one understands what could be causing the senseless deaths and no one is trying to find out.But one young doctor is determined to uncover the truth As Dr Brad Hawkins follows the twisted corridors and the shrouded secrets of University Hospital, he begins to uncover an unthinkable conspiracy of evil and greed And as the tiniest victims continue to perish, Brad is racing against time, to catch a murderer who operates with startling brutality and save himself from ending up in the hospital morgue Read The Provider – heartforum.co.uk

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The Provider  By David Shobin IBN : 0312971850 Format : Paperback – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • The Provider
  • David Shobin
  • English
  • 25 January 2017
  • 0312971850

10 thoughts on “The Provider

  1. Diana Nagy says:

    At first I didn t think this book was going to be interesting to me The cover and look of it turned me off to it but something made me consider reading it Well that was the end for me or the beginning til the end because from page one I didn t stop couldn t stop reading this til the end It was an absolutely excellent read and definitely would recommend to anyone else that likes a quick action filled mystery novel Don t miss out If you come across this book and think it ended up at the dol At first I didn t think this book was ...

  2. Carole says:

    Dr Brad Hawkins and Dr Morgana Robinson see a pattern in the deaths of several seriously ill newborns who are all getting better and then suddenly die All are insured by the same HMO The further they investigate, thetheir lives and the lives of the ones they love are threatened.

  3. William F. Kammerer says:

    not as fast moving as some previous books of his but still good.

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