|Deadly Practice, a (1994) [Novel]|
by Leonard S. Goldberg
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Series: Joanna Blalock & Jake Sinclair
Los Angeles Memorial Hospital has a new professional on staff -- a specialist in murder.
An open vein of terror is turning a prestigious city hospital into a dangerous place of secret sex, scandal ... and serial murder. The first doctor died in hideous pain, strapped down on an operating table. Another died from blows of an ax, then was expertly dissected. A third met a fittingly gruesome end in his research laboratory. Someone has a deadly grudge against the doctors at L.A. Memorial ... someone with the expertise, and the fiendish mind, to kill using the methods of each victim's specialty.
Now the beautiful and brilliant forensic pathologist Dr. Joanna Blalock is faced with two pressing problems: Who is the cunning, crazed, and maddeningly elusive murderer? And what manner of death does the killer plan to prescribe for her...?
Original title: A Deadly Practice
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Medical Horror & Evil Science