With the changes in the overburdened medical system in America, there are not enough nurses to take care of the growing demands of being chronically ill. The state of healthcare has declined in quality and the average nurse may not have experience or the patience.
Enter Dale, a young male nurse, who aimed his way up the ranks to be charge nurse. Dale leads the code blue calls. He has a mind of his own. He believes he gets a power charge from allowing a patient to die. He judges who deserves this fate. His mother, Isabel, nurtures his actions and is more than willing to kill to protect him.
One by one, patients die and it is justified by Dale’s reasoning. Dale is constantly plotting and aiming to improve his way of releasing patients to their death while not getting caught.
Family members assume that they can trust Dale to take care of their loved one in the ICU. Meanwhile, they have no idea what fate waits their chronically ill loved one once visiting hours are over.
Reading this book may change the way you perceive medical personnel.
At 160 pages, it offers an ample preview to get you hooked on the story.