Quality of Care
by Elizabeth Letts

Saturday, March 12, 2005

 

Elizabeth Letts’ debut novel, should come with a warning: do not attempt to begin this novel prior to undertaking an important task. I brought the book home one evening, opened it to the first page and stood reading for five minutes, coat still on, dinner unprepared. Then I sat and read until my son came in and asked if I was going to make his dinner since it was past eight-thirty. 

Letts takes an irresistible premise — what happens when you are unable to save the life of the person who saved yours? — and delivers a riveting, fast-paced story with compelling characters and polished, highly-charged writing.

 

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