An Improbable Cause Robin Wulffson

ISBN: 9781410741684



296 pages


An Improbable Cause  by  Robin Wulffson

An Improbable Cause by Robin Wulffson
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Hospitals are places where lives are saved - but can provide a near-perfect opportunity to destroy life. The arrogant new CEO, managing an insurance plan affiliated with the well-respected Cliffside Medical Center, has transformed a money-losing operation into a medical gold mine in a matter of months. In an attempt to clear herself of charges of incompetence and negligence, Dr. Melissa Morrison uncovers the grisly reason for the health plans success.

Melissa has battled family and old-school discrimination to become a physician. But after only four years in private practice, she is caught up in a struggle for personal and professional survival as the life she built begins to crumble. Her former husband launches a vicious custody battle for their 18-month-old son just as she faces an ugly malpractice lawsuit after a tragic medical incident.

While dealing with the hospitals charges against her, Melissa feels abandoned by her overbearing mother and undermined by her patronizing attorneys. Melissa fights back with grim determination, aided by a handful of supporters: a handsome computer programmer, Ryan MacKenzie- a young attorney, Rebecca Thatcher- and Melissas mentor, Dr. Roger Hauser. This unusual group blends talents and loyalty as they support Melissas bid to uncover . . . murder.

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