Unnatural Causes: A Dr. Katie LeClair Mystery, Book 1 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Unnatural Causes: A Dr. Katie LeClair Mystery, Book 1 by Dawn Eastman

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Katie LeClair has finally settled down as the new doctor in Baxter, Michigan. After years of moving, schooling, and training, she wants nothing more than to find a place she can call home, and a small town outside of Ann Arbor seems perfect.Katie quickly gets to work in building a life for herself in Baxter, and beyond reviving her love life, she also finds a pair of business partners in a team of father and son family practitioners. But that idyllic dream is immediately shattered when one of her patients is found dead. That wouldn't be the worst thing, except the death is ruled a suicide, and as evidence has it, the suicide was a result of the medication Katie had prescribed. But she doesn't remember writing it.When a closer investigation reveals it was murder, Katie is catapulted into an off-the-books investigation that leads her down a dark path of past secrets. But someone is willing to kill to keep part of the town's history in the shadows, and Katie must race to find out who before it's too late.



  • I'm really happy that I didn't have to pay for this book because I found it to be quite dull, with a slow-paced plot and subpar writing. Perhaps it would be more suitable for a young adult audience?
  • The author should stick to a different genre because writing a medical mystery isn't their strong suit. I'm no medical professional, but I'm pretty certain that Valium is a highly regulated medication. It's hard to believe that the doctor would prescribe it without being fully aware. Moreover, removing the patient's chart and stashing it in her desk, and failing to put it back together after dropping it, seems completely implausible. I couldn't bring myself to keep reading. If you have any knowledge about medicine, I'd advise against picking up this book.
  • The plot of this book is absolutely absurd, and it's clear that the authors have a very limited understanding of medical concepts, which is quite painful to read. On top of that, the romantic relationships in the story are poorly developed and immature.