Foreign body

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2008 - Forensic pathologists - 752 pages
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A series of unexplained deaths in foreign hospitals sends Jennifer Hernandez, an idealistic UCLA medical student, on a desperate search for answers about her grandmother's sudden death. With the discovery of other unexplained deaths followed by hasty cremations, Jennifer reaches out to her mentor, New York City medical examiner Dr. Laurie Montgomery, who has her own deep connection to Jennifer's grandmother.

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Robin Cook Needs to find another line of work

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This is the WORST Robin Cook book EVER. The dialogue is both stilted and clumsy; Has Mr. Cook ever even HEARD an actual conversation between two actual people? Then, he contrives to have poor little ... Read full review

Foreign body

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When her beloved grandmother suddenly dies after routine hip surgery in India, UCLA medical student Jennifer Hernandez interrupts her studies and flies to New Delhi to claim the body. Arriving at the ... Read full review


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