Death on Demand
With the new Euthanasia Act, England has joined other countries that legally permit 'Death on Demand' as the media have dubbed it.
The Hardwick clinic, near Bath, is one of the leaders in the field of providing this service. It seems to do an excellent job. However, despite all the government safeguards, money is now involved for staff and owners, and that means some individuals will look for loopholes to make more. And when they find them, people will die sooner than they wish. That is unless someone stops them. But by doing so, they will have to put their own lives at risk.
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Death For Rent
When Mary Wilkins and her mother, Linda, decide to rent a house near Bath, it seems like the solution to a problem. However, when Linda tries to get in touch with the owners, who are said to have retired to Spain, she runs up against the agents Tanner & Crisp. Linda is determined to find out the truth un-aware of the risks.
Meanwhile, Mary is totally occupied with work where staff are reacting strongly against her reforms and the Chairman, Mr Knight, is furious with her about falling profits. She is soon made aware that her own life is in danger.
Then it get really difficult for both of them.
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