Part I: Chapters 1-6
• The Good Nurse: A True Story of Medicine, Madness, and Murderis a nonfiction true-crime story by Charles Graeber; the narrative details the actions and events surrounding the investigation of Charles Cullen, a prolific serial killer.
• Part I: Chapter 1 opens on October 3, 2003, with the author's statement that "Charlie considered himself lucky. The career had found him, by accident or fate he couldn’t say. After sixteen years on the job, Charles Cullen was an accomplished veteran, a registered nurse with a GED and bachelor of science in nursing."
• With his certifications and degree, Charlie Cullen was able to earn $27.50 an hour at hospitals across New Jersey and Pennsylvania, which were always in need for experienced RNs.
• After living in a basement apartment in New Jersey for a decade, Charlie's new commute was from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where his new girlfriend Catherine had "a cozy little Cape...
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