Sudbury doctor Klaus Jakelski pens novel Dead Wrong

Physician Klaus Jakelski is launching his novel this weekend in Sudbury with a signing at Chapters in Sudbury, and a party at Buzzy Brown's pub.
Sudbury family physician Klaus Jakelski wrote a murder mystery book called Dead Wrong. (Roger Corriveau/CBC)

Someone has killed 34 children at Boston's elite heart hospital. The investigation is on, and one person holds the key.

But don't worry — this story is fiction.

The above is a the teaser for a novel called Dead Wrong, written by Sudbury family physician Klaus Jakelski.

"I've wanted to do it forever. It's been a burning passion of mine. I have always wanted to tell a good story," Jakelski said.

The novel was published by Blue Denim Press in August of last year.

He's launching the book this weekend in Sudbury with a signing at Chapters from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. There is also a launch party from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Buzzy Brown's pub.

Klaus Jakelski spoke with CBC Radio Morning North host Markus Schwabe about the book:

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