"Cook provides an interesting study of the strange bedfellows the biotech business and the mob might make..." — Publishers Weekly --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
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Intricate but I kinda got lost in the middle. End was good.I wanted to hear more about pos and George and will.Published 17 days ago by nanci lutz
I always like Robin Cook. It was a great story. I would recommended it. Although it did seem like the ending was a little rushed. He always does a great job telling a story.Published 2 months ago by Travis Moore
Bit of a change for Cook. More emphasis on mystery and less on medical. Slow in the beginning but good overall.Published 4 months ago by Faye M. Salomone
Previously I read everything Robin Cook wrote, however his style has changed and his writing is not as interesting. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer