Looks that Deceive
Two prominent medical malpractice attorneys are dead.
Can you imagine the stuff flowing downhill into Detective Lynch Cully’s lap?
From his lieutenant’s office. From his chief’s office. The mayor’s office. The governor.
He’s already facing the toughest case of his career: a serial assailant who leaves his victims in a vegetative state, unable to testify.
Are these cases related?
Has the perpetrator upped his game?
Amy Gibbs, RN is a newly recruited med-evac flight nurse who left the ER, its stress, and memories of a certain detective behind.
On one fateful call, she hears the deathbed confession of a man whom police are seeking as a person of interest in the attacks.
Within hours, the lives of Amy Gibbs and Lynch Cully intertwine in a story that unravels a web of identity theft, electronic eavesdropping, and stalking amid a confusion of identities.
Can Lynch move one step ahead of this killer? Or is the distraction—of a girlfriend he regrets leaving—too much?
About Braxton DeGarmo, MD (St. Louis, Missouri Author)
Braxton DeGarmo spent over 30 years in Emergency and Family Medicine, both in and out of the military, before retiring to focus on writing in 2014. Many of the incidents in his books are based on real occurrences, people, and experiences in his own life, such as learning to escape a water crash in a helicopter. And the technologies described in his books are all current... and possible.
Fortunately, he did not pull the events of the main plots from his personal life, although they are issues that affect us all. Human trafficking, medical kidnapping, the insanity of Washington, DC, and other injustices have become the premises used for his stories.
He writes from a Judeo-Christian worldview, but he writes his stories to reach and entertain people of all backgrounds. His books have made it onto Amazon Bestsellers Lists in four countries. His acclaimed MedAir Series is based in and around St. Louis.