Book Reviews of Deadly Diagnosis

Deadly Diagnosis
Deadly Diagnosis
Author: Martha Stearn
ISBN-13: 9780451184283
ISBN-10: 0451184289
Publication Date: 6/1/1995
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Paperback
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"Beautiful and brilliant Dr. Katherine Crane is a top investigator at the federal Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta. But now she is on a trail of terror that goes far beyond medical textbooks. A great basketball star is dead of a new and hideously virulent strain of AIDS. America is threatened by the ultimate killer plague. While the key to this mounting mystery lies in the heart of a giant pharmaceuticals corporation run by a man Katherine cannot resist...its solution is riddled by a monstrously twisted ovsession from which no one is safe..."
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Elliot Halsey, CEO of a pharmaceutical company, is receiving harassing, threatening phone calls and strange events have taken place in the last year. The worst is yet to come - a trial on an AIDS vaccine has resulted in some isolated cases of horrible deaths. Dr. Katherine Crane, from CDC, along with a colleague have come to discover the problems. What no one knows is that they are dealing with psychotic killer who has revenge on his mind. He has had ten years to plan his steps. This was not a fast-paced book and unfortunately, there was not enough character development on some of the others in the book. The book was a little too graphic for me and I skipped through some of the gruesome details. Just not my thing. I felt the book was too long and the author could have written in half the pages. Not one of my favorites.
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Dr. Katherine Crane is a top investigator at the federal Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta. She is on a trial of terror that goes far beyond medical textbooks. A good read.