Brain

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Penguin, Jan 4, 1982 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Both of them suspected that something was wrong--terribly wrong--in the great medical research center where they worked. Both of them wondered why a beautiful young woman had died on the operating table and her brain secretly removed. Both of them found it impossible to explain the rash of female patients exhibiting bizarre mental breakdowns and shocking behavior. Both of them were placing their careers and very lives in deadly jeopardy as they penetrated the eerie inner sanctums of a medical world gone mad with technological power and the lust for more...
 

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User Review  - christinejoseph - LibraryThing

medical thriller @ unorthodox researcher Both of them suspected that something was wrong--terribly wrong--in the great medical research center where they worked. Both of them wondered why a beautiful ... Read full review

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User Review  - e.krepska - LibraryThing

I have read many novels by Robin Cook and, for the first time, I found a disappointing one. The suspense (when you do not know what is going on in the hospital) grows for a very long time, perhaps as ... Read full review

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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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