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Night Mares A Deadly InfectionA Race Against TimeAn Investigation That Leads To Your WorstNight MaresSomething Is Very Wrong At Nina Crawford S Veterinary Surgery On The Outskirts Of Glasgow Despite All Her Medical Efforts, A Deadly Strain Of Bacteria Is Killing Every Horse That Passes Through Her Operating Theatre And The Vicious Nightmares That Once Plagued Nina Have Returned, Pushing Her To The Very Brink Of Suicide Unless Her Psychiatrist And Friend Kellen Stewart Can Save Her From Going Over The EdgeKellen Is Mystified Why, After Such Steady Progress, Should Nina S Mental State Deteriorate Even Deaths At Nina S Surgery And A Suspicious Fire At Her Home Threaten To Crumble Nina S Fragile Defenses It S A Case That Will Push Kellen Over A Line She Never Thought She D Cross And Before It S Over, She Ll Risk Not Only Her Profession, But Her Very Life

10 thoughts on “Night Mares

  1. says:

    Real Rating 3.5 of fiveIn 1999, I lived in Austin, Texas, again after 13 years absence I dealt with a sense of isolation by reading shocking, I know and preferentially of QUILTBAG writers I found this series about a Scottish lesbian vet at BookPeople s airport kiosk and was immediately hooked Read all three in less than a week I might go looking for them again for a sentimental re

  2. says:

    3.5 starsManda Scott can t write a bad book The Kellen Stewart ones are not her best but they are still a really good read And it just gets better and better from here

  3. says:

    Not sure this is really detective fiction, but I do know that there are way too many dead animals I kind of skimmed through the last 1 3 or so of the book, as I had figured out whodunit and there kept being dead animals.

  4. says:

    Sometimes I had trouble following the plot in this book but it was obvious that bad things were happening to some good animals and quite sad when they died.

  5. says:

    Night Mares Another excellent mystery, the second of Scott s in the Kellen Stewart series Quite different, yet equally as technically precise and masterfully written as Hen s Teeth Night Mares shadows around human betray at the highest level involving a client of Kellen s, a highly respected and driven veterinary doctor Given the Vet s relentless quest to find out what s killing local horses and

  6. says:

    I don t feel really comfortable rating and reviewing this book since I barely read any of it I did just finish The Crystal Skull and enjoyed that a lot so now Goodreads is suggesting this and other Manda Scott books Really, I m just trying to get Goodreads off my case I didn t like this book because of the graphic descriptions of medical treatments and illnesses in both animals and in the self abuse

  7. says:

    Very mind bending and psychadelic,sometimes I was wondering what kind of crazy stuff the author was on butit all made sense when the end came around I wasn t expecting it tomake sense by that point

  8. says:

    More horse that a dozen distilled Dick Francis novels and a style of writing, of observation and characterisation that, once again, leaves me slumped in open mouthed admiration And the plot twisty tight too.

  9. says:

    good book I m mad the villain didn t suffer as much as I was hoping Loved Kellen.

  10. says:

    I expected to love this book, but didn t care for her style of writing, so didn t read past the first chapter.

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About the Author: Manda Scott

Novelist, columnist, blogger, podcaster, broadcaster and red green activist, Manda Scott s novels have been shortlisted for an Orange Prize, nominated for an Edgar and dived into the endless iterations of TV adaptations When she s not writing, she s studying for an MA in sustainable economics and figuring out how to save a world that may, in the end, not need saving Her latest novel, A Treachery of Spies weaves a contemporary crime thriller with the courage and heroism of the Special Operations Executive in WW2 What happens when the betrayals of the past ripple through to the present And who can we trust when everything we think we knew is wrong