By James B. Stewart
A scientific mystery from Pulitzer Prize–winning writer James B. Stewart approximately serial killer health practitioner Michael Swango and the scientific group that selected to show a blind eye on his felony activities.
No you'll be able to think that the good-looking younger general practitioner will be a serial killer. anyplace he was once hired—in Ohio, Illinois, manhattan, South Dakota—Michael Swango first and foremost appeared the version doctor. Then his sufferers begun death below suspicious conditions.
At as soon as a gripping learn and a hard-hitting examine the interior workings of the yank scientific procedure, Blind Eye describes a qualified hierarchy the place medical professionals time and again settle for the observe of fellow physicians over that of nurses, health facility staff, and patients—even as terrible truths start to emerge. With the prodigious investigative reporting that has outlined his Pulitzer Prize–winning profession, James B. Stewart has tracked down survivors, kinfolk of sufferers, and shaken coworkers to unearth the proof that can ultimately result in Swango’s conviction.
Combining meticulous learn with spellbinding prose, Stewart has written a stunning chronicle of a psychopathic health professional and of the clinical institution that selected to show a blind eye on his legal actions.
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