Trudy Genova has the best job any nurse could want, working on set as a medical consultant for a NY movie studio. No more uniforms, bedpans or emergencies, until at the actor whose overtures she’s refused dies suddenly while taping a hospital scene–but not before pointing his finger accusingly at Trudy. When detectives view Trudy as a suspect, she sets out on an investigation to clear her name. Then a second death occurs, and Trudy realizes she’s put herself in jeopardy.
Review: A thoroughly enjoyable and easy read. There is a lot of switching back and forth from first person pov to third person pov, but it works really well for this story which is both structurally and grammatically sound.
I was immediately drawn into the world of a nurse (Trudy) who works behind the scenes of a popular soap-opera as script consultant for medical scenarios… Very original…
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