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Free read Die Flockenleserin 107 E where dying is a foregone conclusion why would anyone bother to commit murder With a killer on her heels and time running out Minnie vows to solve the crime before she too says her last goodbyeTold with surprising humor and frankness Terminal is a murder mystery in an unlikely place as the dying approach the greatest mystery of al. My ReactionI appreciate the author s need to educate people about Hospice however a murder mystery with a protagonist and eleven uirky patients does not interest me Frankly I don t care who the murderer is Neither does the novel reflect my experience with Hospice when my husband and my son were patients Both died at home We were treated with loving care There was no gossip or information about other patients Our nurses and volunteer were kind and available 24 hours a day We were free to go back to the hospital but if we did our association with Hospice ended As I have had metastasized cancer twice I may need Hospice also This novel would not get me there

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Free read Die Flockenleserin 107 Time staff the hard drugs and the hearse parked outside Before long Minnie realizes that death isn’t the only mystery to be explored at Holl House each of her terminally ill roommates hides a secret and as her own departure nears she begins to suspect that three recent passings are not uite as natural as they appear But in a plac. Life at the end is not for the faint hearted The setting of this book is a hospice where terminally ill patients are awaiting death The author does a great job introducing you to each of the inhabitants even though they are steadily changing On top of that some are dying under suspicious circumstances Reminded me a little of Solschenyzyn s cancer ward Thank you net galley for the free reading copy in exchange for an honest review

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Free read Die Flockenleserin 107 After the doctors tell her that she’s losing her battle with cancer Minnie reluctantly takes the last bed at Holl House a hospice in Hamburg Germany to confront life’s most unanswerable uestions To her surprise her new and last home could almost pass for a hotel no white coats and plenty of champagne if it weren’t for the full. The journey of dyingFirst of all this book was translated from German into English by Steve Anderson I felt he did an exceptional jobSecond of all this was the most uniue book I ve read for a long time The setting is a hospice that sits in the red light district in Hamburg Germany Twelve patients plus staff reside at Holl House at a time with a high turnover rate as people shuffled off this mortal coilBut people are dying prematurely at the hospice facility and some of the residents andor their family take it upon themselves to investigateThe book definitely has an Agatha Christie feel to it and I enjoyed that I liked the in depth character studies of all the unusual and flamboyant people at the hospiceI also liked the observations into the subject of dying A lot of people are killed in books but the process of dying is rarely approachedThe author Mike Powelz includes himself and his family as characters in the book Another unusual happening but he did it adroitly and it didn t distract me from the storyThe story was well done was appropriately paced and had a whopper of an ending that I wasn t expecting at allNOTE I received this book from Publishing through Net Galley in exchange for my honest review