Death Benefit: A Pia Grazdani Novel 1

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Pan Macmillan UK, Jan 1, 2012 - Fiction - 464 pages
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Pia Grazdani is an exceptional yet aloof medical student working closely with Columbia University Medical Center's premier scientist. Their cutting edge research could revolutionize health care; creating replacement organs. Through her work with the brilliant molecular geneticist Dr Tobias Rothman, Pia knows she will not only be given the chance to fulfil her professional ambitions – but also maybe finally all push aside memories of her difficult, abusive childhood.However, tragedy strikes in the lab. Pia, with the help of infatuated classmate George Wilson, launches an investigation into the unforeseen calamity in the hospital's supposedly secure biosafety lab.Meanwhile, two ex-Wall Street whiz-kids think they have found another lodestone in the nation's multi-trillion dollar life insurance industry, and race to find ways to control the data – and make a killing. And as Pia and George dig deeper into the events at the lab, matters become increasingly suspicious...

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User Review  - gurpreet kaur - Goodreads

Robin Cook is undoubtedly the master of medical thrillers, his own original genre. 'Death Benefit', is no exception, an interesting plot coupled with contemporary scientific research, this book is ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sulaiman - Goodreads

Read a whole lot of Robin Cook Books, but this is something special... I've completed this book and am left with a take away memory of the lead character - Pia Grazdani, who turned to be my fictional ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Doctor and author Robin Cook is widely credited with introducing the word "medical" to the thriller genre, and over twenty years after the publication of his breakthrough novel, Coma, he continues to dominate the category he created. Cook has successfully combined medical fact with fiction to produce over twenty-seven international bestsellers, including Outbreak (1987), Terminal (1993), Contagion (1996), Chromosome 6 (1997), Foreign Body (2008), Intervention (2010) and most recently Cure (2011).

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