In the Blood

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Berkley Books, 2001 - Fiction - 343 pages
2 Reviews
Surviving leukemia, Dr. Holly Fisher is ready to have a child using eggs that were saved before she underwent the fertility-killing treatment. To her horror, she learns her eggs have been stolen from the fertility clinic, taken by a man posing as her lawyer. Holly vows to track the man down, never realizing her attempts will put her in the middle of a medical nightmare.

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User Review  - Paula - Goodreads

It was good to find a mystry/thriller that only had one F-word in it and very few other curse words. It was a good medical thriller and kept you guessing until the end. Good easy read Read full review

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User Review  - Perkimom - Goodreads

I always enjoy a good medical mystery. Adding prions and current science about mad cow disease and threats added to the "fun." Read full review


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Don Donaldson is a professor of anatomy at the University of Tennessee. He is also the author of Do No Harm and the successful mystery series featuring New Orleans forensic pathologist Andy Broussard and criminal psychologist Kit Franklyn. Don can be reached by email at Visit his website at

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