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All I'll Ever Need (Claire McCall #3)

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In this suspenseful sequel to For the Rest of My Life, Dr. Claire McCall's marriage plans are interrupted by shocking developments. Accused of euthanizing one of her patients, Claire must prove her innocence while the real killer seeks to destroy her. As the list of other suspects grows, Claire's future depends on unraveling her past.
ebook, 320 pages
Published August 30th 2009 by Zondervan (first published June 1st 2007)
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First time I have picked up a book by this author, and I thought it would be neat to read a story of a doctor written by a doctor. I wasn’t disappointed. All I’ll Ever Need is the third book in this series, but I was able to jump into the story with relatively ease. There were a lot of characters in the beginning, but I kept pushing through and soon everything fell into place and I was able to ‘connect all the dots’.

I wasn’t expecting this book to be such a suspenseful mystery, but it was. When
Ami Grandle has a background of emotional instabilility. She's in love with John Cerelli. Dr. Claire McCall is engaged to John Cerelli.

Claire McCall suffers from memories of a past rape and now a near rape by Tyler Curtchfield, whom she shot him in the leg during the attack. He's in jail, but needs hospital care for the gunshot wound. Through clever maneuvering, he escapes and threatens Claire once again.

Claire goes into therapy for the assaults. Her therapist uses a tape recording procedure to
Leigh Ann
WOW! This book has been good enough and with enough suspense to keep me up at night. Just finished it and it was a cliff hanger until the very end. This is 3rd book in the trilogy..well worth the read. (Starts with Can I have this Dance). This is a Christian fiction but it is not preachy, so anyone would feel comfortable reading this, no matter what your beliefs. The premise of the whole series is about genetic illness in the you want to get tested to find out if you are a carrier? A ...more
This was a total suspense and high drama book. I had read one other of the author's books so knew what his writing style was like. I loved it! The main character was a doctor in a small town. Suspicious things began happening and she was arrested for murder. Her world turned upside down and she was sent to jail right after her wedding and before her honeymoon. It was a story about a lady who held a grudge against the doctor and her daughter who was unstable herself. Their was stalking, an attemp ...more
Truke de Kruijter- Prins
Ik vind het ondertussen allemaal een beetje teveel worden, lees hem wel uit, hoop dat hij nog mijn aandacht gaat pakken
Mary Elizabeth Morton
An amazing conclusion to a fantastic trilogy!!
Melissa W
I had read the last two books and when I saw that there was a third book, I was anxious to read it. I was a little disappointed in how the book was written, as I felt that the story line was a little predictable at times, even thought I really did not expect the twist that happened. Overall, the book was good and kept my interest.
I really enjoyed this book and it's unexpected twists. But you need to bring with the first and second books first - 1st book Could I have this Dance? 2nd book For the Rest of My Life. Same characters in all 3 books.
This is third in the Claire McCall trilogy. The books declined in quality as the trilogy progressed – went from character/relationship-based to exceedingly plot-driven. Definitely suspenseful, though, and lots of action.
enjoyed the last of this series. The author is a doctor and brings a lot of authenticity to this story about a doctor in a small town.
The Third book in this series was very suspenseful. It had you guessing right to the end. I could not put it down.
Very good mystery--didn't realize the outcome at all. I haven't found a Harry Kraus book I didn't really enjoy!
Part three of a series of three books. Did not enjoy this book as much as the others in the series.
Too much tragic. one thing after another, it just got annoying for me
Whiny, unbelievable characters.
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Harry Kraus, M.D. is a board-certified surgeon, medical missionary to East Africa, and accomplished writer of both non-fiction and fiction. Medical realism and gripping plotlines distinguish his writing, as he gets most of his ideas with a scalpel in hand. Dr. Kraus resides in Virginia with his wife Kris and the youngest of his three sons.
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