Doctored Evidence by Michael Biehl
A Suspense Novel

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In the third book of the Karen Hayes series, an elderly nursing home resident, who was once an Olympic champion swimmer with a murky background in the German army, drowns in a lake behind the home. Does anyone know how it happened? Does anyone care? Hospital attorney Karen Hayes battles bureaucracy, listens to the geriatric residents ignored by the authorities, and risks her own life to find the truth.

About Michael Biehl

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Michael Biehl graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Law School and recently retired as a partner at Foley & Lardner in Milwaukee, where he specialized in law governing health care systems. He's also a professional musician, playing keyboard with regional blues bands.
Published September 1, 2013 by Pineapple Press. 288 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Torn between doing right by her friend and protecting the hospital, Karen feels guilty because she advised Conkel to have his surgery at Shoreview instead of the other institution he was considering.

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Courageous and morally upright Karen Hayes, a staff lawyer at Shoreview Memorial in Jefferson, Ill., faces a crisis when the hospital's chief financial officer dies during an operation, apparently the result of a defective catheter.

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The question is whether it was the catheter itself that caused the problem or whether somebody murdered Larry who, by the way, is also the CFO of the hospital.

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