When two small-town doctors are murdered under similar circumstances, police suspect random act of violence no longer applies. Their discovery that each man lost a patient because of medical negligence strengthens their suspicion. Dr. Ellen Guthrie has struggled most of her adult life with the issue of professional accountability. The murders of her colleagues force her to confront both the issue and the killer head-on as her psychological clashes turn personal and physical.
“Grandpa knew what it meant to even the score. He knew it from the hills where he was born and raised. He took what he knew with him across the big water where the war helped him understand it. After he returned home and I came along, he passed that knowing on to me.”
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