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Quick Review: The Coroner by Jennifer Graeser Dornbush

The Coroner by Jennifer Graeser Dornbush
Swathi’s Rating: 3/5
Published: 17 Aug 2018 by Crooked Lane Books

What’s it about?
Recently engaged and deeply ensconced in her third year of surgical residency in Chicago, Emily Hartford gets a shock when she’s called home to Freeport, MI, the small town she fled a decade ago after the death of her mother. Her estranged father, the local medical examiner, has had a massive heart attack and Emily is needed urgently to help with his recovery.

Not sure what to expect, Emily races home, blowing the only stoplight at the center of town and getting pulled over by her former high school love, now Sheriff, Nick Larson. At the hospital, she finds her father in near total denial of the seriousness of his condition. He insists that the best thing Emily can do to help him is to take on the autopsy of a Senator’s teen daughter whose sudden, unexplained death has just rocked the sleepy town.

What We Think?
For the lovers of a dark and creepy plot with a killer roaming anywhere next to the characters, and almost everyone looks suspicious.

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