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On the wet Olympic peninsula of Washington state. Physician's Assistant Rick scales is having problems with some of his terminally-ill patients– –they aren't dying … Along with Makah tribal cop Jasmine Hughes, Scales starts to poke around, and they find way more than they expected. A classic medical mystery, from New York Times Bestselling author Steve Perry.

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