Tent flap open. Sandals still neatly lined up in front of the tent. But no sign of odd Uncle Leonard, who can’t swim.
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Dr. Valerie Chia strides into St. Joseph's emergency room expecting the usual Montreal Monday morning chaos. Nothing she and the other day doctor can't handle, with the help of the nurses and a little coffee.Until the other day doctor doesn't show up. And one of the overnight patients crashes. And the shiny new resident doctor, Hope Sze, tries to…
Solving two murders back in Montreal made Hope Sze a touch paranoid. Should she:
a) call the police,
b) comb through the pine forest,
c) drag the waters of the Madawaska River, or
d) confront the racist scum who might have killed him?
Praise for Terminally Ill, by Melissa Yi: “[T]his novel demonstrates familiarity with the conventions of mysteries without being constrained by them and with the realities of Canada's medical world. Although the tone is light, the author is not afraid to introduce darker themes.”—Publishers Weekly
Part 2 of the "Gone Fishing" serialized short stories by Melissa Yi
Camping can kill you.
Gillian Flynn spins taut thrillers about beautiful families gone horribly wrong; Melissa Yi crafts three intertwined short stories about fledgling doctor Hope Sze, who escapes the murder and the love triangles at her hospital to take her father fishing on the Madawaska River, only to discover that her own family might represent the most dangerous wildlife of all.