Just how safe is America's meat supply? Recent health scares and new public. Robin Cook's novels are a guilty pleasure for me; the plots are usually interesting and the subject matter compelling (plague outbreaks! ecoli! anthrax!), but they're not the best-written books in the world. Toxin was worst than most, though. Am I supposed to feel sympathy for a cardiac surgeon who has to drive a gasp ten year old Mercedes and who gets upset that he isn't allowed to jump to the head of the line at the emergency room? Yeah, cry me a river.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Newly divorced surgeon Dr. Kim Regis is determined to remain a good father to his only son, Selden. On a special night out.
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Robert Brian "Robin" Cook (born May 4, 1940) is an American physician and novelist who writes about medicine and topics affecting public health. He is best known for combining medical writing with the thriller genre. Many of his books have. Many of his books have been bestsellers on The New York Times Best Seller List. Several of his books have also been featured in Reader's Digest. His books have sold nearly 400 million copies worldwide.
Just when you thought it was safe to eat a hamburger again, Robin Cook – master of medical mysteries, deadly .
Just when you thought it was safe to eat a hamburger again, Robin Cook – master of medical mysteries, deadly epidemics, and creepy comas – returns with an all too likely villain drawn right from current headlines: the American meat industry.
It was a sprawling, low-slung plant, with a vast, fenced-in stockyard in the rear. It looked ominous in the cold rain e widely scattered. When the three–to–eleven cleaning crew had arrived, the lot had been jammed with the day workers’ vehicles. Having visited the plant once during her orientation to the district, Marsha knew enough to drive around to the side. She recognized the unmarked door that was the employee entrance. Above it was a single caged light fixture which dimly lit the area
Robin (Robert William Arthur) Cook, the master of. .Cook put this format to work very successfully in his next books, Coma and Sphinx.
Robin (Robert William Arthur) Cook, the master of the medical thriller novel, was born to Edgar Lee Cook, a commercial artist and businessman, and Audrey (Koons) Cook on May 4, 1940, in New York City. Cook spent his childhood in Leonia, New Jersey, and decided to become a doctor after seeing a football injury at his high school. from Wesleyan University in 1962, his . from Columbia University in 1966, and completed postgraduate training at Harvard before joining the . Cook put this format to work very successfully in his next books, Coma and Sphinx, which not only became bestsellers, but were eventually adapted for film.
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He divides his time among Florida, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. Category: Suspense & Thriller. Putnam’s Sons Feb 01, 1999 448 Pages ISBN 9781101191897. Inspired by Your Browsing History. Also in Suspense & Thriller.
Dr Kim Reggis takes his daughter for a special night out to a fast-food restaurant. But the good time turns to tragedy when the young girl becomes ill and dies as a result of E coli poisoning.