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Is there anything you would change about this book?
The story is a standard police thriller. Totally functional, if predictable.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
Story revolves around Organ Harvesting.
Any additional comments?
The reader is terrible. He's fine except for when he has to do dialog and voices, at which point he so mis-interprets the voices that he undercuts the story utterly.
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Lew Bolt has taken an extended leave of absence from the Seattle Police Department. His wife, Liz, had a baby, and he is being “house mom” staying at home taking care of his son while Liz works, and then playing piano in a jazz club at night. But one night, Daphne Matthews, a forensic psychologist working for the police and a close friend of Bolt’s from the past, shows up and sparks his interest in a potential case. Daphne is volunteering time at a teen shelter for runaways. A girl shows up one day and seems very ill and is bleeding. They take her to the hospital and find that she has recently had surgery and a kidney has been removed. It has not been done in a hospital and may not have been done by a doctor. Daphne and the rest of the police department become involved in a possible organ transplant sale which crosses international boundaries. This is quite a good book and also quite terrifying.