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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Book Review: Midwives

This novel was a quick but good read recommended by my Mommy (and Oprah). At the center is the ethical dilemma of whether or not a midwife is guilty of murdering a patient.  Minus a point or two because while there was resolution to each character's issues, many things were handled from a surface perspective (part of why it was such a quick read).  Overall, the idea of doubt is interesting and how it plays within the courtroom space even more so.

Mostly, I liked this book because I enjoy saying "midwifery," pronounced "midwiffery.

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