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The Past Tense (Diagnosis Murder Series #5)

The Past Tense (Diagnosis Murder Series #5)

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by Lee Goldberg

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Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
Diagnosis Murder Series , #5
Product dimensions:
4.44(w) x 6.70(h) x 0.71(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Lee Goldberg is a screenwriter, TV producer, and the author of several books, including King City, The Walk, and the bestselling Monk series of mysteries based on the TV show. He co-writes the Fox and O’Hare mystery series with Janet Evanovich. He has earned two Edgar Award nominations and was the 2012 recipient of the Poirot Award from Malice Domestic

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The Past Tense (Diagnosis Murder Series #5) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In Los Angeles, rain has made the area a flood stricken mud hole and when Dr. Mark Sloan walks along the beach he is shocked to find a dead woman in a mermaid¿s costume near his home. When he goes to work at Community General Hospital, his friend and medical examiner Dr Amanda Bentley tells him that the victim was injected with a drug to induce paralysis and in her stomach was a memory card. --- When they get it developed, it is a picture of a storm that happened in 1962 forty-three years ago in the same month. The killer is sending Mark a message because that storm began the events that led to Mark solving his first homicide. Five student nurses were killed because they were involved in a blackmail scheme headed by a doctor who was also murdered. The woman who was killed turns out to be the daughter of a patient he treated the night it all began in 1962. Mark is determined to find the killer who seems to enjoy taunting him even if it means putting his own life in danger. --- Lee Goldberg is a very visual writer so each scene comes alive in the mind of the reader, almost as of this were actually watching an episode of the television show. The author is great at creating characters that are three dimensional and life like and he sets up the who-done-in such a way so that almost anyone could be the killer. Readers will thoroughly enjoy this very exciting and complicated mystery. --- Harriet Klausner