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By CJ Lyons

A gripping behind-the-scenes drama of 4 ladies who face existence and loss of life on a daily basis On her first day at Pittsburgh's Angels of Mercy scientific middle, L.A.-transplant Lydia Fiore, the recent ER attending surgeon, loses a sufferer: the manager of Surgery's son. Now, to save lots of her profession, Lydia needs to observe the reality at the back of her patient's demise, while it leads her into unfamiliar-and risky-territory. no less than she's no longer by myself. there is med scholar Amanda, a candy Southern belle with difficulties of her personal; Gina, a resident with a chip on her shoulder; and Nora, the no-nonsense cost nurse with a funky head yet a fiery mood. let alone the paramedic who'd prefer to try his bedside demeanour on Lydia.

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All I want to know is what killed Jonah and who is responsible. I requested this case because I can be the best advocate for the deceased. But yes, I did know Jonah. ” With that he stalked from the room. Lydia stared after him. Mark Cohen had been right about Pittsburgh being a small town. She was definitely very much the outsider here. A sitting duck about to take the blame for Jonah’s death. m. Lydia was in the locker room, climbing into a pair of white protective overalls, when Trey Garrison entered.

Nora, get me Mark Cohen on the phone. ” “Oliver Tillman? ” Nora rushed after him. Surely he didn’t expect her to wake the head of the hospital at two-thirty in the morning? Why? They couldn’t do anything to Dr. Fiore in the middle of the night; it took the entire Executive Committee to censure a physician. Nora wasn’t even sure that Lydia Fiore had done anything wrong. She seemed as good as any of the other ED physicians, better than some. “Of course, Oliver Tillman,” Weiss replied, rounding on her with a piercing look that forced Nora back a step.

Gina fought to keep a straight face as she examined his leg. He didn’t seem to be in too much pain, but he was still drunk enough that he probably couldn’t feel much anyway. “You definitely have a sprain, Mr. Perch. And I think you broke one of the bones in your foot. We’re going to get some X rays and get you all patched up. ” Given his tendencies to drink and drive, that was probably for the best. He grinned. “You’re the best, Doc. So along with a broken heart, I’ve got a broken foot? ” Both Nora and Gina violently shook their heads.

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