That is how Every Fifteen Minutes begins and as you can see, it a thriller you won't want to put down. Dr. Eric Parrish, Chief of the Psychiatric Unit at Havemeyer General Hospital, has a lot resting on his shoulders. He recently separated from his wife and is trying to navigate the waters on how to balance being a great father to his daughter Hannah, while running the hospital psychiatric department and maintaining a private practice out of his home. On a recent consult to the Emergency Room, he meets Max Jakubowski, a troubled teen whose grandmother is terminally ill. The grandmother begs Dr. Parrish to see Max in his private practice and Dr. Parrish agrees. Dr. Parrish gets more than he bargained for in treating Max. Quickly, Dr. Parrish's life spins out of control and he is placed under scrutiny for things he never thought possible.
Every Fifteen Minutes explores the legalities of doctor/patient privilege and the rights of victims families. It also looks into drug lobbying at hospitals. Every Fifteen Minutes would make an excellent book club selection.
Pick up Every Fifteen Minutes and get ready for twists, turns and a book that will keep you guessing until the very last page.
I received this book through the GoodReads First Reads program.