1. Blind Eye: How the Medical Establishment Let a Doctor Get Away With Murder by James B. Stewart (1999)
Length: 336 pages
Genre: True Crime
Started: 30 December 2009
Finished: 2 January 2010
Where did it come from? From a Library Book Sale
How long has it been on my TBR pile? Since 20 November 2009
Why do I have it? I like true crime and I had never actually heard of the Michael Swango murder case.
In 1985, a young, handsome doctor named Michael Swango was convicted of poisoning five co-workers in Illinois. He was sentenced to five years, but was paroled in 1987, able to continue killing within the medical establishment for a further ten years until Michael was caught lying on a job application in Long Island. I really enjoyed this book although the crimes and Michael’s ability to get away with murder infuriated me enough to want to throw the book across the room in anger. I give it an A+!
Till we Meet Again, Glow Brightly as Moonlight