I really like the way Graeber uses words to paint a very clear picture in my mind. Story was captivating. Where are his other books? I predict that he is going to be in demand!
Like any good true crime, The Good Nurse combines suspense with grisly detail, coupled with the catharsis of arrest at the end, but Graeber goes above and beyond, with prose that veers into the haunting and by layering in the sinister overtones of the for-profit hospitals desperate to avoid liability--so desperate that they ended up enabling the Angel of Death's sixteen year career. Nominated for an Edgar and featured on many "Best of 2013" lists, this is a great read for newbies to the genre as well as the seasoned readers.
EW top 10 Nonfiction of 2013
Interesting story but sometimes told in a choppy manner. Very erratic footnotes/notes, most of which would better serve the narration if they were part of the main text.
I can't believe this is a true story. Kind of scary I must say.
Gripping tale of how this guy managed to work his way through many hospitals leaving bodies in his wake. As much a damning indictment of hospital bureaucracy as the story of a deeply disturbed individual.
I was bothered not only by many typographical and grammatical errors throughout which really should have been caught by the editors, but also by the fact that there is not much insight into the workings of Mr. Cullen's mind. The author makes it clear that he was able to get closer than most, and that it is something we will probably never know, but nevertheless, it's frustrating.
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