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Quarantineby Sherri Fulmer Moorer
NOT JUST ANOTHER SICK DAY.
Caitlyn thought it would be just another day at the office, until casual Friday turns into a quarantine that leaves her trapped in the office with her professional nemesis and two colleagues. Intense questioning from the health department turns up more questions than answers, and they are discouraged to speculate. With nothing to do/p>
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NOT JUST ANOTHER SICK DAY.
Caitlyn thought it would be just another day at the office, until casual Friday turns into a quarantine that leaves her trapped in the office with her professional nemesis and two colleagues. Intense questioning from the health department turns up more questions than answers, and they are discouraged to speculate. With nothing to do but work, Caitlyn digs in her paperwork, and finds herself caught in the mystery of tangled paperwork that points to mishandling of funds and sneaky activity at their highest ranks. The suspense runs through the office as they dig up hints of a dark secret in their small town. When one colleague disappears, it’s a race against time to figure out what made everybody sick, and what secret the illness was intended to hide.
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"Quarantine" by Sherri Fulmer Moore is a short but very gripping thriller. A group of unsuspecting nurses begin their Friday shift, still involved in their own lives and personal problems when a mysterious epidemic causes the hospital to be shut down for a Quarantine. As the day progresses and police and medical staff investigate the outbreak the nurses learn that there is more to this story and than the epidemic. Hospital and health politics as well as their own personal rivalries speed up the events in this captivating story with some twists and turns that I did not expect. This is well written and entertaining, especially since the outbreak is described from a nurses' point of view and one that has enough of her own problems, a refreshing approach compared to pseudo-scientific mega dramas that can be found in the genre. I enjoyed the story very much and am sure we will read more of this talented writer.
I never saw that ending coming. Pretty good read even if it was unrealistic.
This 125pg story started out with a catfight in the accounting dept of a hospital. Has nothing to do with medical quarantines at all. Very unrealistic. Nothing about hospitals or research facilities is even slightly true, i.e. only two doors to a hospital? Then she goes on to contradicting even this. Read at your own risk.