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|Robin Cook: Outbreak
Murder and mystery reach epidemic proportions when a devastating plague sweeps the country, killing all in its path. Dr. Marissa Blumenthal of the Atlanta Center for Disease Control investigates - and soon uncovers the medical world's deadliest secret.
|Nelson DeMille: Plum Island
Nelson DeMille's narrative engine is one of the best in the business, and it chugs away in grand style in this story of buried treasure and biological warfare on a tiny spit of land off Long Island.
|Patricia Cornwell: Point of Origin
"Hey DOC, Tick Tock, Sawed bone and fire," - the taunting note signed by Carrie Grethen, the psychotic killer Kay helped send to a psychiatric facility for going on a murder spree with Temple Gault in Cornwell's earlier book Body Farm.
|Patrick Lynch: The Policy
You get a printout based on a sample of your DNA telling you that you have an inherited disease - even though you have no symptoms now - that will cause you to suffer a slow, agonizing death. Do insurance companies have a right to know this?
|Tony Chiu: Positive Match
How does the organ donor transport firm MedEx come up with so many needed body parts so quickly, and at such good prices? Find out!!!
|Martha Ogburn: Progeny
Progeny brings the fast-paced world of high-tech fertility projects right to our doorstep. As Matthew Hamilton enters into a dangerous pact with Dr. Chan, he betrays his wife, and turns his back on the ethics of medicine. If you haven't had concerns about cloning and genetic experimentation, you will now!
|Morton & Mobley: Rage Sleep
Imagine Tom Clancy writing a Robin Cook medical thriller. Got all the techno with all the medical details. A wonderful mix of military/medical thriller set in Korea several years from now..
|Robert Umana: Second Opinion
A family doctor seeks a second opinion in another city. There he learns that all had not been what it seemed when he underwent coronary artery bypass grafting some years before at the hands of his friends back home. A gripping tale that exposes the soft underbelly of the all-too-human practice of medicine.
|Jules Seletz: Sentinel Event
Dr. Jake Stein tries to solve a string of murders and cover-ups in rural North Carolina. A "must-read" fictional thriller for anyone working in the hospital environment or in the medical field.
|Holden Scott: Skeptic
To Dr. Mike Ballantine, truth can only be found in science and in concrete research. But when his best friend is killed in what looks like an assassination, Ballantine begins to question his beliefs, his knowledge, and even his sanity. Things soon turn nightmarish as Ballantine begins to have strange hallucinations that seem to be fragments of his friend's life...