Riveting, sizzling, action packed; On Call by Sandra Hoynacki is a thriller you will not want to put down. The book is written as the recollections of a young nurse who gets herself involved in a sinister plan that takes on epic proportions. What started out as a dare between Jenny, the heroine, and her sidekick, Kathy who were just trying to make some extra money, turns out to be the beginning of their demise. These two young nurses from a sleepy little town in California are about to embark on the most terrifying journey of their lives. From organ transplants to bizarre happenings this book will keep you glued to your chair; wondering what will happen next.
Sandra Hoynacki, a former nurse, demonstrates her knowledge of the medical procedures involved in the organ transplants as well as the psychological profiles of the two very innocent young nurses who are caught up in this web of evil.
On Call is reminiscent of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, (1932), and George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949). Hoynacki leaves the reader wondering about this New World Order and what is yet to come. She also skillfully leaves you wanting to read the sequel!
Carol Roach, M.ED, BA
Author of Picking Up The Pieces: A Woman’s Journey, Angels Watching Over Me
Publisher of Storytime Tapestry
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