Wednesday, April 24, 2013

A Review

The ER is under fire - not from state inspectors, not from an internal review board, not from a disgruntled patient.  Rather the ongoing onslaught comes from a vindictive blogger who writes about each error she sees - whether at Grace Medical or at any of the other hospitals in the Austin area.  

Kate Callison, the recently hired Interim Director of the very busy Emergency Department, finds herself in the midst of publicity brought by this very public discussion of Austin’s medical system.  Her problems increase when she finds herself caught between two men.  Wesley Tanner is a trained engineer who is also an active participant in the local volunteer search and rescue squad.  Matt Callison is the father that deserted Kate, not physically, but emotionally, when his wife (Kate’s mother) left the family.  Relationships have long been hard for Kate - these two are particularly difficult.

A well written medical thriller that also reflects the grace of God working in and through broken people, Rescue Team demonstrates that God’s grace spans time and distance in unexpected ways.  It held this reviewer’s attention and will allow him to look for the next Candace Calvert book to hit the market.
This review is based on a free electronic copy of this book provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review.  The opinions expressed are mine alone.  

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