Books tagged: emergency services

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Code Blues
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 19,400. Language: English. Published: August 15, 2011 by Olo Books. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
Dr. Hope Sze rolls into Montreal with three simple goals: 1) survive her family medicine residency, 2) try pain au chocolat, 3) go on a date sometime in the next two years. Then she discovers a doctor's body in the locker room. When she tries to uncover his killer, two men dive in to help her. The one man who makes her melt has zero alibi. "Hope Sze is an utterly likeable character.” EQMM
Tales from my Stethoscope
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 46,900. Language: English. Published: October 24, 2011 by Quickfox Publishing. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
Entertaining. Touching. Shocking. A paramedic takes you behind the scenes of accidents, sudden illness, shootings and human revelry­ gone wrong in the busy streets and hospitals of South Africa. Infused with a dash of humour, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the human condition and renewed admiration and gratitude for those who listen and act when we call out in distress.
The Volunteer
Price: $6.50 USD. Words: 80,130. Language: English. Published: May 29, 2013 by Write Words Inc.. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
In 1983, in war-torn Lebanon, Robert J. Doyle ordered the complete destruction of an unsuspecting village. As he walked through the carnage later, he vowed one day he would somehow pay off the loss of innocent lives.
A Vanishing Breed
Price: $6.50 USD. Words: 78,180. Language: English. Published: February 4, 2015 by Write Words Inc.. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Adventure
A Vanishing Breed centers on Doyle’s continuing struggle to find inner peace, and his on-again off-again relationships, but also examines the question of what compels all volunteers to respond. Doyle’s inner demons provoke him to action, but the men with whom he serves make no less a sacrifice.