Three decades ago a male nurse single-handedly plunged Southern California into a health care panic in which doctors feverishly scoured medical charts to see if any of their patients had been murdered, and judges ordered buried bodies dug up and autopsied for lethal doses of Lidocaine, a drug still used routinely in hospital emergency rooms. This detailed memoir by the newspaper reporter who covered the crimes features an interview with the killer, who in between bites of his beefsteak, talks about his murder victims -- months before his arrest!
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Published December 16, 2012
by Pilar Publishing.
Biographies & Memoirs.