Nina Borg, the heroine of Death of a Nightingale, is a Red Cross nurse on a mission to save the dispossessed. But she neglects her own family as a she rescues those in need in Agnete Friss and Lene Kaaberbol's elaborately plotted page-turner.
In 2003, a hospital nurse named Charlie Cullen was arrested under suspicion of injecting patients with lethal doses of a variety of medications. He is now considered one of the nation's most prolific serial killers. Journalist Charles Graeber explains how the hospital system failed to stop Cullen.
She works on the streets near the safe injection site, assisting addicts. From her perspective, preventing HIV and STDs is such an important task that it overshadows addiction issues. Two days a week, Gold walks the streets of Vancouver, handing out clean needles to addicts shooting up in alleyways. She also treats infections related to needle use.