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The Night Nurse: a massage therapy thriller Paperback – 15 April 2020
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Tony Berryman dreams in stories, and is occasionally fast enough to pin them down. He grew up on the East Coast and now lives in the West. He has worked as a taxi driver, museum guide, apple picker, snowplow operator and desk jockey. He spent 17 years as a Registered Massage Therapist, including 12 years as a traveling therapist in Greater Vancouver.
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Clever and engagingReviewed in Canada on 28 April 2020
The concept is a good one -- a murdering nurse is identified by a massage therapist who works with the same patients, but can't prove anything. What really raises this book up from the usual whodunnit is the inventive approach to the massage therapist's condition, a type of obsessive compulsive disorder that allows him to see patterns in everything -- traffic, winds, waves, and even furniture arrangements. This proves to be both a handicap and a blessing when going head to head with a killer. The writing is excellent, and the characters are both well-drawn and memorable.
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