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Fatal Cure
Fatal Cure
Author: Robin Cook
Doctors Angela and David Wilson believe they have found personal and professional bliss when they opt to leave the university medical center for Bartlet Community Hospital, a modern, state-of-the-art medical facility in scenic Bartlet, Vermont. For Angela, a pathologist, and David, an internist/primary-care physician, Bartlet seems to be a dream...  more »
ISBN: 4211
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Book Type: Paperback
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Readnmachine avatar reviewed Fatal Cure on + 1275 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
Cook's medical thriller genre mires down in this offering as the author repeatedly drags in his soapbox to lecture the reader about the evils of managed care. There's a pretty good story here, but Cook won't get out of his own way and let it unfold. (He also needs to hire a copy editor who knows the difference between a shotgun and a rifle.)
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Very frightening book about the world of HMOs. Slow start, but picked up halfway through and went screechingly fast at the end.
roarlady avatar reviewed Fatal Cure on + 24 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Cook, bestselling medical suspense author does it again...healthcare reform, murder and deadly irradiation combine to propel you along the gruesome corridors of a community hospital with a horrific twist.
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Hard book to put down
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