No Cure For Murder

No Cure For Murder Death at Brier Hospital is routine and provides the perfect opportunity to murder and get away with it Jacob Weizman a physician and his wife Lola a psychotherapist are holocaust survivors and ne

  • Title: No Cure For Murder
  • Author: Lawrence W. Gold
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Death at Brier Hospital is routine and provides the perfect opportunity to murder and get away with it Jacob Weizman, a physician, and his wife, Lola, a psychotherapist, are holocaust survivors and need no proof of evil in this world Jacob and Lola are unique protagonists They re octogenarians who take the fear out of getting old Their intelligence, competence, humor,Death at Brier Hospital is routine and provides the perfect opportunity to murder and get away with it Jacob Weizman, a physician, and his wife, Lola, a psychotherapist, are holocaust survivors and need no proof of evil in this world Jacob and Lola are unique protagonists They re octogenarians who take the fear out of getting old Their intelligence, competence, humor, and sense of history make them appealing in a world that too often disdains the aged After fifty five years practicing medicine, Jacob is disappointed, but not surprised by several patients deaths, even the unexpected ones Soon, however, it becomes clear that a killer is stalking the halls of Brier Hospital targeting Jacob s patients While Jacob has made enemies over the years, he finds it inconceivable that anyone would murder his patients for revenge The killings mount even as the hospital and police increase security and pursue a vigorous investigation Finally, unsatisfied with surrogates, the killer targets Jacob.

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    1. This book is impossible to put down, the reader will absolutely need to know who the killer is. One of the best qualities this book contains is when the author switches to writing from the killers' point of view. A look into the killer's mind in a murder mystery add to the story exponentially.This book is written by a Doctor, the reader will feel as if the book is situated in reality at times. The plot and events can appear very real. The method that some patients are killed can seem so coldlylo [...]

    2. I received this book in the mail yesterday and finished it today. It was great! Dr. Gold has done an amazing job in what is the second book in the Brier Hospital series. Chapter one throws you right in to the story and it honestly doesn't stop until the very last page. No one is safe from who ever is ending the lives of patients at Brier, not those knocking on deaths door nor those who are almost ready to be released. Because the unlucky patients are being injected through their IV lines, at fir [...]

    3. Based on the overall content, specifically the quality of the plot and characters, this is a five-star book. Gold ably handles a very large cast, and he gives a look into a world that is compelling without the murder mystery. However, my Kindle copy was riddled with formatting errors, and Gold has an annoying tendency to tell us, over and over, each character's role within the hospital. It's understandable, given how large the cast is, but it's unnecessary. Gold needs to trust his readers a litt [...]

    4. As a lover of medical mysteries, I thought this book started off well. But it got into too many other topics that had nothing to do with the story and distracted from it. The timeline was also confusing as it seemed that all the events of the book took place within a couple of months, but near the end of the book it was mentioned that Dr. Spelling had worked for Dr. Weizman for 5 years. It was also very offensive to me that every Christian in the book was portrayed as a bigoted and hateful perso [...]

    5. I l I ked the main character Jacob as a human and his e work ethics. The sentence that Zoe received was justified. A bit t slow at times but over all I enjoyed this book.I chose it because I liked the book but it was slow goingd still I may recommend I t to others

    6. WowAnother excellent book! I can say that as a night nurse I’m glad I slept all day, so I could read this wonderful book with no interruptions😊. I don’t think my family likes you Dr. Gold😊

    7. Death at Brier Hospital is routine and provides the perfect opportunity to murder and get away with it. Jacob Weizman, a physician, and his wife, Lola, a psychotherapist, are holocaust survivors and need no proof of evil in this world. Jacob and Lola are unique protagonists. They’re octogenarians who take the fear out of getting old. Their intelligence, competence, humor, and sense of history make them appealing in a world that too often disdains the aged. After fifty-five years practicing med [...]

    8. It is 3 AM--I received this book from yesterday (the kindle version is free from 2/14-2/16). I read half before I went to sleep and finished it just now. I can not say enough about Lawrence Gold, MD's books. You really have to read them to realize what a great writer he is and how he can keep you guessing up to, in the case of this book, nearly the very end.Jacob Weizman is still practicing family medicine in his 80's and still making house calls! His wife, Lola is a psychotherapist who has dow [...]

    9. I love reading medical thrillers and was excited when I stumbled upon this one. At Brier Hospital patients are dying, nothing unusual, except that somebody is helping them in this difficult transition. Most of them are the patients of Dr. Jacob Weizman. So far, everything sounds great! Well, let me tell you that Dr. Weizman is 88 years old, and he is the most beloved, gifted, perfect, wise, empathetic, caring doctor and human being on earth. As if this were no sufficient blessing, he is married [...]

    10. Another really terrific read in the Brier Hospital series. This series is filled with detailed medical stories and procedures, along with a legal mystery, and usually a trial. There are great interactions between the recurring characters. There are also continuing moral dilemmas, with different areas of moral thinking in each book I really like this author, and his writing style. But readers should be aware that his style involves frequent switches between different characters and different even [...]

    11. Good for what ails you.Good for what ails you.Seemingly unrelated vignettes connect through a common hospital and set of characters. The perspectives of Holocaust survivors,, Doctors Jacob and Lola, are poignant and add depth to the moral and ethical issues that arise. There are a multitude of murder suspects and their elimination one by one adds suspense to the final discovery of the killer's identification. The author goes a step further and provides motivational analysis through the trial. Th [...]

    12. I was disappointed in myself that it took me so long to finish it! This was one of those books you just can't help but finish till the end. You just have to know, "whodunit"!The characters are brilliant and although you have your suspicions from the beginning as to who could be offing Jacob Weizman's patients, it's a real nail biter until you find out who it really is! The one I had pegged for sure as being the culprit disappointed me in the end. Detective skills I lack! The murderer was a jaw d [...]

    13. An interesting medical thriller but I did find the main story was hidden by lots of smaller parables. I loved reading all the characters but I found Lola more interesting than Jacob (is there going to be another book where she has center stage?) and much more likeable.There are a number of suspects to choose from and the hook gives a lot of background information on victims etc, but I just found all those details diluted the main story. Not the best of LawrenceGold's books but still very readabl [...]

    14. I feel like this book took on a few too many themes. Trying to deal with the topics of racism, ageism, anti-Semitism, psychological illness, political battles, and physician-assisted suicide all at once meant that none of them were truly hit with the depth that could have been shown. That aside, the book was well-written. The witty banter between the two elderly main characters kept me grinning throughout the quick read.

    15. Good readGood readNo Cure For Murder is a good mystery novel, holding in my interest until the end. I appreciated that the author did not end the story when the culprit was caught but continued to the trial and verdict. Most stories end leaving a sense of loss not knowing the true outcome. Thank you Lawrence Gold.

    16. Unfortunately, in my opinion this author has a deep-seated hatred for Christians as is evident in all of his books. After reading this book, I did not expect the same theme in another. In any case, the story plods along and the characters are not well-developed. Not much of a mystery either. You will know from the beginning who was responsible.

    17. Although the story was an engaging psychological thriller, I didn't appreciate that the "good guys" were all non-religious and the religious characters were portrayed as fanatics and/or evil. The 88-year-old lead character is a Jewish doctor who lost his faith in a Holocaust concentration camp. He was so hostile to religion that he refused to allow the hospital chaplain to visit his patients.

    18. Book jumped around to m uch. I couldn't identify with any of the character-actually disliked them all. The book went nowhere and landed nowhere. The first few pages were good, but then we see a wild hair of nothing. There seemed also to be bias against religion here.

    19. Dr.Jacob Weizman, after practicing medicine for over 50 years is concerned that his elderly patients are dying at Brier Hospital. Is their a reasonable explanation or something more sinister occurring.

    20. Medical mystery.Entertaining book with multiple storylines. It keeps you guessing all the way through the book and you are never sure what is really going to happen from minute to minute.

    21. The good Dr. Is a terrific novelistsAll the central characters are developed with just enough subtle action as to keep you interested and evolved as to they being the guilty one which keeps you evolved to the end

    22. A real thrillerDon't plan on getting any sleep after starting this book. It's impossible to put down. The story line was believable and the tension mounted slowly until the end. Terrific insight into a disturbed mind.

    23. Stayed up late to read and am awake now to read. Sign of a good book!Finished and highly recommend it. Writing captures your attention and leaves you wondering who did it until the end.

    24. Couldn't finish this oneI just couldn't get involved in the story or the characters. I'm not rating it, because I only read about 16% of the book. Maybe it got better farther along.

    25. FascinatingReally interesting book. There WERE some typos that I felt should have been caught by a proof-reader. But I liked the book, generally speaking.

    26. Fantastic! I couldn't put it down. Twists and turns kept me guessing. I also liked the medical accuracy.

    27. Easy & entertaining read with good suspense. (4 stars due to typographical errors in Kindle version.)

    28. Had it figured out early on. Nice enhancement having the Nazi survivor angle written in to the story but wasn't pertinent to the mystery.

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