Harmful Intent

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Penguin, 1990 - Fiction - 351 pages
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It should have been a routine childbirth. But somehow, the mother died in the delivery, the baby was born brain-damaged, and Jeffrey Rhodes, the anesthesiologist, is running for his life. Charged with malpractice, he is found guilty of harmful intent and reckless disregard for human life. To clear his name, Rhodes must follow a fugitive trail into the heart of medical nightmare. A trail that, for some, may end in suicide--and for others, in the most shocking conspiracy of our time...
 

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Harmful Intent

User Review  - bingo0605 - Overstock.com

Once I started reading this book I didnt want to put it down. This author knows how to pull you into the action and almost makes you a part of it. The happenings here might make you think more about ... Read full review

FAN FOREVER, I LOVE ROBIN COOK.

User Review  - jrm22 - Borders

This is the best book ever, I have read all of Robin Cooks books and this is the one that I can tell you everything that happened, Im into the main dr in the book the way he found out what was ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter 1
22
Chapter 2
51
Chapter 3
77
Chapter 4
87
Chapter 5
95
Chapter 6
111
Chapter 7
144
Chapter 8
167
Chapter 10
198
Chapter 11
214
Chapter 12
237
Chapter 13
270
Chapter 14
285
Chapter 15
313
Chapter 16
331
Copyright

Chapter 9
185

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Page 11 - Jeffrey swung his legs over the side of the bed and rubbed his eyes. "What's wrong?
Page 16 - Jeffrey remained the ultimate professional. He had been trained to deal with this type of emergency situation. His mind raced ahead, taking in all the information, making hypotheses, then ruling them out.

About the author (1990)

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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