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Macmillan, Sep 2, 2008 - Fiction - 325 pages
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One bizarre death is just that---a death. Two? Could be a coincidence. But in Lori Andrews’s latest thriller, geneticist Dr. Alexandra Blake discovers something much more dangerous than a killer---an epidemic.

Taking a break from decoding the genetic sequence of a tropical disease, Alex takes on an investigation into the gruesome and unexplained death of a DEA agent on a mob stakeout in New Mexico. Within hours, she uncovers similar deaths throughout the Southwest. Is it a naturally occurring epidemic or has a lethal bioweapon been released in the United States?

With the nation’s attention focused on a provocative presidential race, Alex’s attempts to warn Homeland Security fail. Only with the help of a rogue DEA agent and a cutting-edge supercomputer will she and the rest of her team at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology stand a chance of putting an end to the devastation before public hysteria rages out of control.

From Alex’s lab to the closed rooms of a killer’s mind, Immunity maps the perfect sequence for an infectious, edge-of-your-seat thriller.


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Review: Immunity (Dr. Alexandra Blake #3)

User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

I really like this book. Very good plot and lots of information on potentially lethal diseases. I read this twice and still enjoyed it. Read full review

Review: Immunity (Dr. Alexandra Blake #3)

User Review  - Sandy Neal - Goodreads

Written by an expert in DNA who is also a lawyer. Not a good STORY. 'Nuff said. Read full review

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LORI ANDREWS, a frequent guest on Nightline, 60 Minutes, CBS Morning News, and Oprah, is a lawyer and expert on genetics, called in by groups ranging from the French Parliament to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She’s taught at Princeton and Chicago-Kent College of Law, written for a television legal drama, and published ten nonfiction books. The American Bar Association Journal describes her as “a lawyer with a literary bent who has the scientific chops to rival any CSI investigator.”

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