Blindsight

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Berkley Books, 1993 - Fiction - 339 pages
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Robin Cook is back?with a shocking story of medical conspiracy. Today, organ transplants are common miracles of science. But if the supply cannot meet the demand, how far will people go to find donors? Dr. Laurie Montgomery, a forensic pathologist, learns the terrifying answer when she investigates a series of fatal "overdose" of young professionals. Some crimes are beyond comprehension. But seeing is believing...

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User Review  - wareagle78 - LibraryThing

I don't think this was one or Robin Cook's best. The central character, a New York City medical examiner, fights the system to solve a murder case. I was never particular enamored with Laurie so was never really gripped by the story. Read full review

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User Review  - Barb_H - LibraryThing

Ultimately I enjoyed reading this book. It kept me interested and quickly turning pages, even though I figured out the mystery aspect very early on, so it was rather predictable. I hope that the ... Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Robin Cook, M.D., is the author of more than thirty books and is credited with popularizing the medical thriller with his wildly successful first novel, Coma. He divides his time among Florida, New Hampshire, and Boston. His most recent novels include Host, Cell, and Nano.

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