Now one other title might be added to the checklist – Anne Pettigrew is a retired Greenock GP who has written an excellent homicide thriller. Beth Semple is a Glasgow-based GP; she is on her second marriage and has two teenage daughters.
Her life is filled with the standard home ups and downs and at work her sufferers are the standard combine of people that don’t need to trouble her, hypochondriacs and the critically ailing.
She has a close-knit household and a lot of good associates from college.
One day, Beth notices a lot of locals are dying unexpectedly and seemingly from undisclosed sicknesses. Of course, individuals die day-after-day however is somebody hastening their demises?
Beth has her suspicions that one other native GP, David Goodman, is behind the deaths – akin to Dr John Bodkin Adams in Eastbourne within the 1950s.
Like the Sussex medic, Goodman is benefitting materially from his sufferers’ loss of life however is that every one only a coincidence?
Then Beth begins receiving poison pen letters and silent telephone calls and her canine, Winston, is poisoned.
To add to the combination, her daughter Katy goes out with Goodman’s son, Neil.
Is a revered and widespread GP actually a mass assassin?
Did he kill his personal mom?
Why did he change his title? (He’s not the one one within the guide to alter id.)
Is criminality hereditary?
Dr Pettigrew has written an excellent guide with an thrilling denouement that may preserve you gripped to the ultimate web page.
There are a couple of Scottishisms within the story however you’ll be able to often guess what they imply.
I’m wanting ahead to Dr P’s subsequent guide.
Oh by the way in which, the books profit Plan UK, a part of the Disaster Emergency Fund Group, so that you get a cracking learn and assist an excellent trigger.