The Good Nurse - Charles Graeber

The Good Nurse

By Charles Graeber

  • Release Date: 2013-04-15
  • Genre: True Crime
The Good Nurse book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 223 Ratings)

The Good Nurse Charles Graeber Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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User reviews about this book

  • Excellent!

    4
    By ReleaseNYC
    I read this book in two sittings - I just couldn't put it down! It's well-written, faced paced, and suspenseful.
  • The Good Nurse

    5
    By Craigfeds
    What an incredible book! A hard one to put down. The author did such comprehensive work to get this book as accurate as possible. Buy it and share it. You won't be disappointed. Craig'
  • The Good Nurse - A Good Read!

    5
    By barouh
    If you are a true crime fan, you will love this book! Really gets into the mind of an unusual serial killer (I suppose there is not a "usual" serial killer). Reads like a thriller. Couldn't put it down!
  • The Good Nurse

    4
    By SailorRuby
    Fascinating yet disturbing story.
  • Repetitious

    1
    By Lotgar
    Boring. Badly written. Probably should have 250 pages or less.
  • So slow and tedious

    5
    By Catherineand
    This was horrible, I could not even get through one third of it. No plot, just horrible story after horrible story.
  • Unsafe

    5
    By Davhsielove
    Patients are not any safer today. Hospitals are a dangerous place to be. Retired RN
  • Good read

    4
    By Ree5812
    Pretty interesting
  • Good book about a bad man

    5
    By tsierer
    Great book, easy to read, but it really makes me question the hospital system. How could he slip through for so long?. Its crazy. Good read.
  • Detailed research

    4
    By Flutekat
    As a reader I found this book a quick read, interesting and more than a little scary. As a nurse I was horrified that this menace was let loose to murder again and again and the corporate heads of hospitals were more concerned with themselves than saving patients lives. Although we do not really get into the motivation of Charles Cullen, that is not because the author didn't thoroughly research the details he could write about.

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