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Blind Eye is the medical memories, criminal biographies and a serial killing book which shares the true events of killing that happened a few decades ago. James B. Stewart is the author of this fantastic book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times and the winner of the Pulitzer Award. James dedicated his life to fair journalism and work as an editor in The Wall Street Journal. Michael Swango is the main protagonist in the book. He completed his education as a doctor with good grades and ready for a professional job. Michael was an incredible student in his class and no one has doubt on his skills. He is not only intelligent but also a handsome doctor. He started his professional job in the 1970s from Ohio Medical Centre.
The first few years of his career was incredible later on, he distracted from the right path. He became a serial killer and no one even imagines that a young handsome doctor can turn into a criminal. Michael injected almost thirty-nine patients with poison and there are some of his colleagues as well. No one ever doubts on him and he remained on the hospitals for over fifteen years. One day he gets caught by the police but nothing happened. He joined another hospital as a physician and continue his job. Why he kills patients and how he gets caught?
Details About Blind Eye by James B. Stewart PDF
- Name: Blind Eye: How the Medical Establishment Let a Doctor Get Away with Murder
- Authors: James B. Stewart
- Publish Date: August 17, 1999
- Language: English
- Genre: Crime, Biography, Murder
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 7.2 MB
- Pages: 334
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0684854848
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