Under the Knife by Tess Gerritsen

Under the Knife

Reviewed by Judy (Library Staff)

When this new work of suspense fiction by Tess Gerritsen was recommended to me by no less than three library patrons in one week, I had to read it. It has an exciting start with a patient death in a Honolulu OR, and it becomes evident that a killer walks free in the hospital. But then it devolves into a melodramatic yawn with serious plot flaws and an improbable yuppie romance. I will not pick up another one of her books. Are they all this bad?

Located in Adult Fiction (FIC GERRITSEN)



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