Misdiagnosis . . . Murder

Misdiagnosis . . . Murder

by Lyle Nicholson


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Carson Winfield has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. He's just buried his wife from the same disease. He prepares for death by giving away his fortune of five million dollars. He receives a phone call. His medical results were mixed with someone else's. He doesn't have cancer, but the doctor who gave him the original diagnosis is gone-so is his five million.

The police arrive with questions about the missing doctor and Carson's business dealings with him. Carson realizes he can't divulge the complete truth without incriminating himself in a deeper crime of helping to euthanize his wife. Carson has to find the doctor to answer questions about his wife's death and his missing money.

Was his a real diagnosis? Or was it a misdiagnosis to cover a murder?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988154872
Publisher: Red Cuillin Publishing
Publication date: 10/02/2015
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

Lyle Nicholson was born in British Columbia, Canada in 1952. He is the youngest of three sons born to a father who was a cook, and a mother who was a waitress.

His father, who died when Lyle was 15, was a story teller and an avid reader, something that Lyle adopted at an early age and never forgot. His life would lead him to travels in Europe, then five years in a Monastery. He found out he was not a good Monk, as poverty was easy - it was the chastity and obedience that was a bit of a stumbling block.

He left the Monastery in 1979, and met and married his wife in 1982. He would spend a few years working for companies, getting fired, starting business's that failed, until he finally started a sales agency in safety work wear for oil and gas companies. The business was a success and Lyle retired in 2011.

Retirement didn't work well for Lyle, his mind wanted to surf the regions he experienced in mediations and his travels. This resulted in his writing career. He now resides in a small city in Western Canada where he writes thrillers, and murder mysteries with a twist.

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