‘The computer as a murder weapon,’ mused Tom.
When a baby boy dies from what should have been a treatable illness after someone deliberately tampers with his test results in the hospital computer, there is no shortage of suspects: his father, hospital scientist Harry Benedict, has made plenty of enemies through his inveterate womanising. But would any of them really have stooped so low as to try to hurt him through his son …? Department of Health inspector Tom Jones finds himself with another mystery to solve when he arrives on the scene to investigate. And the killings don’t end with the baby boy’s …
‘The plot roars into action’ – Oxford Mail.
‘What [Tom Jones] reveals may mean you will never [again] trust a computer and will watch with much greater care the folk who use [them] with such aplomb …’ – Alex Auswaks, Jerusalem Post Magazine.
‘Puckett, who has worked in several hospitals, depicts the medical world’s social hierarchies, struggling residents and in-house rivalries with authentic realism.’ – Publishers Weekly
276 pp. B-format paperback novel.