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|David Shobin: Terminal Condition
Imagine: you're critically injured in a horrible accident. Rushed to the emergency room, you're fighting for your life. But once you're there, no one tries to help you. Instead, you're locked in a dark room with rows of comatose patients, just lying there - not dying, but not living either...
|G. Mannis: The Third Patient
Medical research is a high stakes proposition with fortunes riding on FDA approval. To what lengths will drug companies go to prevent interference in getting their potentially lucrative products on the market? First novel by Dr. Mannis.
|Ken Follett: The Third Twin
Through her research on twins and the genetic components of aggression, scientist Jeannie Ferrami makes a startling discovery. Using a restricted FBI database, she finds two young men who appear to be identical twins: Steve, a law student, and Dennis: a convicted murderer....
|Winifred Halsey: To Kill An Eidolon
"I spent fifteen years doing disease research at academic centers and pharmaceutical companies. I am an X-Files fan and a science fiction fan. I wanted to write a book that was a little of both - a biotechno-conspiracy book that has real characters with real world problems." - Excellent debut!
|Robin Cook: Toxin
Just when you thought it was safe to eat a hamburger again, Robin Cook - master of medical mysteries, deadly epidemics, and creepy comas - returns with an all too likely villain drawn right from current headlines: the American meat industry.
|Patricia Cornwell: Unnatural Exposure
Virginia Medical Examiner Kay Scarpetta has a bloody puzzle on her hands: five headless, limbless cadavers in Ireland, plus four similar victims in a landfill back home. Is a serial butcher loose in Virginia?
|Robin Cook: Vector
New York City cabbie Yuri Davydov is a disgruntled Russian emigre poised to lash out at the adoptive nation he believes has denied him his American dream. A former technician in the Soviet biological weapons system, Yuri possesses the knowledge to wreak havoc in his new home.
|Leland Waldrip: Vigilante Virus
Eminent micro-biologist Marcus Peterson invents an organism to stop the activities of sexual outlaws, becomes a vigilante to implement his project, and sets off a chain of events which he never dreamed possible.