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Putnam, 1991 - Fiction - 396 pages
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Where life begins, terror lurks. . . . Only Robin Cook, acknowledged master of the techno-medical thriller, coulid have written this supremely chilling novel about the passion to create life--and the power to destroy it. The millions of fans who met Cook's crusading epidemiologist Marissa Blumenthal in Outbreak will welcome her return into the unexpected and utterly unconscionable.

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Dr. Robin Cook, a graduate of Columbia Medical School, finished his postgraduate medical training at Harvard. He is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Abduction, Vector, Fever, Shock, and Contagion.

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