Stockholm Syndrome
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Authors: ,
Series: Hope Sze medical mystery, Book 4
Genres: Hope Sze, Medical mystery, Mystery, Thriller
Tag: Hope Sze
Publication Year: 2015
ASIN: B0173W0642
ISBN: 9781927341506

One of the best crime novels of 2016, as chosen by CBC's The Next Chapter.
Two doctors. One killer. One woman in labour.

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About the Book
The season’s best crime fiction
[one of] 14 mysteries that make perfect summer reads.” ~CBC’s The Next Chapter
A killer infiltrates the obstetrics ward of a Montreal hospital just before Christmas, taking one pregnant woman and one resident doctor hostage at gunpoint.
Dr. Hope Sze struggles to deliver her patient’s baby with blood on the floor and death in the air.
And when Dr. Tucker tries to rescue their tiny crew, only to end up hostage material alongside them, Hope’s heart just might break, even before the kidnapper drills a bullet through her skull.
Buy at Amazon.caBooks on Beechwood (Ottawa), Librairie Paragraphe & Bertrand (Montreal), and fine local stores in Eastern Ontario, New York, and Boston
CBC Fresh Air interview with Mary Ito:

 

“An introspective thriller.” David Farland, New York Times bestselling author

“Just couldn’t put it down. The mix of gun-in-your-face suspense and humor is as close to perfect as one can get.” Richard Quarry, author of Midnight Choir

“Dang thing kept me up until 03:30.” Greg Smith, M.D.

 

CBC Ontario Morning interview with Wei Chen:

Ottawa Morning interview with Robyn Bresnahan here.

Chosen by Dr. P.K. Rangachari as one of this summer’s best crime novels on The Next Chapter’s mystery panel. Listen here.
As featured on CBC’s The Next Chapter, CTV’s Regional Contact, CBC Radio, Rogers TV, and Cogeco TV.

Opening page:

Birth smells.

I’m not saying it stinks—well, to some people, it does. I remember the classmate who finished our med school OB/gyn rotation without ever delivering an infant. He delivered half of the head, and then the look on his face was so horrid that the obstetrician delivered the rest of the baby.

But I was pretty surprised when my obstetrics rotation transformed into a bone-chilling bloodbath.

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