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Killing The Blood Cleaner
by Davis Hewitt
In Killing The Blood Cleaner, Dr. Jack Randolph has a golden and riotous existence as a young society doctor in Atlanta. His world is filled with sensuous women, private clubs and all the entitlements accorded to Atlanta’s elite. Such privilege turns his discreetly required resignation from the Centers for Disease Control into an opportunity for entry into a lucrative ...more
Kindle Edition, 296 pages
Published October 9th 2013 by Telemachus Press, LLC
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As with so many books I've reviewed, I give this one a 3.5. A good story, but not a great story. And the characters were a bit exaggerated, as well. The book provides some insight into the prison system, but also provides the reader some food for thought about research for incurable diseases. The book was grammatically well-written. I would recommend the book to family and friends, but not necessarily rave to them about it.