Miracle Cure

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Penguin, Sep 27, 2011 - Fiction - 544 pages
88 Reviews
A Harlan Coben Classic—Now Back in Print!

#1 New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben “adroitly applies the fundamental rules of thrillerdom (offer a raft of potential villains; keep the action moving at breakneck speed) in this highly entertaining novel” (Publishers Weekly).

They’re one of the country’s most telegenic couples: beloved TV journalist Sara Lowell and New York’s hottest basketball star, Michael Silverman. Their family and social connections tie them to the highest echelons of the political, medical, and sports worlds—threads that will tangle them up in one of the most controversial and deadly issues of our time.

In a clinic on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, a doctor has dedicated his life to eradicating a divisive and devastating disease. One by one, his patients are getting well. One by one, they’re being targeted by a serial killer. And now Michael has been diagnosed with the disease. There’s only one cure, but many ways to die.…

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User Review  - Megan Bodwell - Goodreads

A quick read. Not Coben's greatest work, but it is rare for someone's first novel to be a masterpiece. In this book, I saw many of the storytelling elements that I like so much about Coben's writing ... Read full review

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I'm on a mission to read all of Harlan's stand alone novels in order and this one is actually worst than his first. The novel's voice seems to grate instead of flow smoothly. Also I didn't like the ... Read full review

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Harlan Coben is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of twenty-two previous novels, including Stay Close, Caught, Long Lost, Hold Tight, The Woods, Promise Me, The Innocent, Just One Look, No Second Chance, Gone for Good, and Tell No One, as well as the popular Myron Bolitar series. Winner of the Edgar Award, the Shamus Award, and the Anthony Award, Harlan Coben lives in New Jersey with his wife and four children.


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