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Critical Judgment

Critical Judgment

Michael Kramer,Michael Palmer
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Books On Tape (1997)
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7 Reviews
  • This was terrific story about a San Francisco Doctor moving to a tiny town with her fiancĂ© only to discover that the main employer, a multi national company, is poisoning their employees. However, it is much more complicated than that. Some of the good guys might be bad guys and some of the bad guys may not be so bad.

    Dr. Abby Dolan must figure out what is happening to her patients, while enduring a campaign that is turning the town against her.

    I seriously couldn't put it down. I highly recommend it.

  • Dr. Dolan, Abby to friends, had moved to Paridise, CA when her boyfriend got a job at Colstar lab.
    Now working as an ER doctor at the local hospital, she kept treating patients with similar symptoms, but no causes.
    Her boyfriend Josh was exhibiting severe mood swings, somewhat like a few of her patients.
    She and another doctor think they have figured out the possible cause.
    Read on, for a great ride!

  • Totally complex novel that keeps your interest from beginning to end and then wishing it would not end. I am handicapped and thoroughly enjoy this authors works. He never gets boring or gives to much information without keeping us guessing. My only concern is that I only have 4 more novels to read, and what then? How fast can he write or myself read!!! Many thanks to a very talented writer that I'm so glad I found.

  • As I am about to finish a book I can determine if the book has been good or not by peaking at the Table of Contents to see how many chapters are left in the book from the point that I am currently reading at..... if the book has really been good I will not want the book to end any time soon. That was the case with this book. It was captivating until the very end.

  • Palmer never disappoints me. This story seems predictable but it's anything but. When you are sure you know who the bad guys are and what they have done, turn the page to find another. Another Palmer book finished in less than 36 hours because I couldn't put it down.

  • The book was very entertaining.. and one would have enthusiastic recommended were it not for the multitude of fantastic unbliveable events leading up an unsatisfying ending .It was almost like author was searching for an appropriate ending but leaves reader hanging

  • This was an interesting read and a good mystery in the style of Palmer. But, after the first half of the book my suspicions were aroused that not everything in the characters was as it seemed to be. But this is typical of many mystery novels and after you have read so many of them you can start to predict patterns in different authors.
    The only really disappointing thing about the book was there were a lot of loose ends left at the end that I would have liked to have wrapped up.
    Overall a good book by a good author.

  • Having read all of the most recent Michael Palmer books, I hesitated to reach back to one written in 1996. Yes, the electronics of today ae not yet in place, but the story is one that transcends the 14 year gap. It keeps the reader invested in the life of Abby and causes the him/her to feel her frustration at her situation. I realize the events that happened around the time it was written, to include the San Diego McDonald massacre, and know that when such a thing occurs we all feel vulnerable to a yet unknown crazy person. This book keeps us on the edge of our seats as we invest outselves in the truth, via Abby. Excellently written - a great ride!