Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Fatal Limit is a work of thriller fiction on a medical theme, penned by author Inge-Lise Goss. To most people, the death of a nurse named Sheila looks very much like a tragic accident when the woman walks out of the hospital and perishes in traffic. But to her best friend, Dora, the truth is far from simple. Searching for answers amid her grief, Dora discovers a devious world of crime and betrayal that leads her back to the star surgery staff of the very hospital where Sheila worked. Could the hidden secrets, affairs, and drama in the shadows of the hospital itself be the very reason that her friend is no longer alive?
This short and pacey thriller novel rockets through different layers of intrigue, crime, lies and interpersonal drama like a soap opera on steroids, giving readers a quick read that’s literally to die for. Author Inge-Lise Goss writes snappy dialogue and quick discovery moments that are sure to shock from page to page, presenting well-defined characters who we can relate to instantly, yet make deeper judgments on as the novel progresses. From chapter to chapter, the structure keeps you reading and guessing, producing a true page-turner with new discoveries and never a dull moment in between. The conclusion of the mystery is also dangerous and satisfying, as Dora gets far too close for comfort to the nasty truth of what happened to her friend. Overall, Fatal Limit is an excellent mystery that is sure to satisfy fans of all ages.