, March 26, 2016
(view all comments by CJ Loiacono)
William Delamar writes a fabulous book, but the cover is nothing like the contents. This is a prime example ‘that you cannot judge a book by its cover’. A fantastic novel depicting the inside workings of an urban hospital administration under fire from political and racial groups, greedy/arrogant doctors, underpaid nursing staff, and money-hungry attorneys. On top of all that, there is an ‘angel of mercy’ roaming the halls, helping those on their way out the back door go a little faster. I could not put it down until the last word.
• CJ Loiacono