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Summary

My child has been taken. And I’ve been given a choice....

Kill a patient on the operating table. Or never see him again.

The man lies on the table in front of me.

As a surgeon, it’s my job to save him.

As a mother, I know I must kill him.

You might think that I’m a monster.

But there really is only one choice.

I must get away with murder.

Or I will never see my son again.

I’ve saved many lives.

Would you trust me with yours?

Don't miss the heart-stopping thriller of 2022.

#DONOHARM

©2022 Jack Jordan (P)2022 Simon & Schuster, UK

Critic reviews

"Thriller fans will be in heaven." (Louise Candlish)

"Brilliant. Relentlessly tense. This thriller gave me palpitations." (​Lesley Kara)

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Fine, if you can get over the narrator

One of the narrators (the doctor) was really quite irritating - terrible accents for the male characters, a bratty whine for the kid’s character, oddly irrational hysteria for a surgeon. Fortunately the other two narrators were fine.
The plot is typical thriller - improbable to unbelievable but there’s some good characterisation and I liked the different perspectives of the doctor and the nurse. It passed the time but I wish I’d read it rather than listened to it.