Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Dirty Work

Introspective. Gabriel Weston uses great restraint in her novel titled, Dirty Work, as she sends readers on a month-long internal journey with narrator and protagonist Nancy Mullion. Nancy is a surgeon who has been suspended because of a botched procedure. As she awaits the verdict of a review panel, she reflects back on what happened in the operating room that day. Weston structures the novel one week at a time, as we follow Nancy in real time and in the past. This debut novel takes readers into a situation fraught with psychological tension, and Weston capably helps us understand human nature and I closed this novel with greater insight. Rating: Four-star (I like it) Click here to purchase Dirty Work from amazon.com.

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