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Reviewed by Samantha Dewitt (Rivera) for Readers' Favorite
Something strange is going on at Crescent City Medical Center and no one seems to know what it is. From the strange voodoo practices that suddenly start occurring in the very rooms of patients to the slew of malpractice claims against one of the most popular surgeons, there are definitely those out to end the hospital, and possibly Dr. Bonnet while they’re at it. But could it be the mob that’s behind everything? In Louisiana, you never know what could be coming around the corner, and for Alex this is getting extremely out of hand. How’s she supposed to balance everything she thinks she knows with the things that have started to happen in the hospital in Chaos at Crescent City Medical Center by Judith Lucci.
This is an intriguing book, full of plenty of action and a whole lot more. The characters, like Alex, Robert and Mitch, are interesting and complex enough to be real people. You feel like you’re really getting to know them and understand how they change throughout the course of the book, and, of course, it pulls in the culture of voodoo that’s ingrained in Louisiana deeper than anything. I enjoyed this book and I think it has a really good plot to go along with it. I’ll also be looking out for more from this series because I know there’s got to be more to the story and the characters.