Saturday, July 26, 2014


Author:  Charles Graeber
Genre:  Non-Fiction, Standalone
Published:  2013
Personal Rating:  3.5/5 (good)
Format/Narrator:  Audiobook/Will Collyer
Yearly Count:  53

Charlie Cullen was finally arrested after years and years of skirting by and leaving a wake of murdered patients.

While being a story that can petrify any human being (who wants to go to the hospital in the first place, then add this little twist!?), it is told somewhat repetitively.  I understand if something happens over and over again, that that's how you tell it, but it became redundant, and I lost some interest, especially in the beginning 3 discs or so.  Once he was the target, the story picked up.  So sad for the families that he devastated with his deeds, but so happy to know that Charlie is in prison.

Thoughts of Joy


  1. I listened to this and felt pretty much the same way. It's awfully scary to know someone can get away with that over and over again.

    1. Bermudaonion ~ I was quite astounded by the hospitals turning the other way. Despicable!


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