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I have added a new feature to my blog.

For those of you that love thrillers with a bit of science added and also like a good laugh, I am adding Nick D. Kim’s science cartoons to my reviews.  14 more words

Book Review

Murder of CEO plagues debut of cancer cure start-up

XC 97: The Quest for the Cure, by Mark Dossey. Book-broker Publishers. 360 pages. Trade paperback $15.00.

The debut novel has three interrelated plots. First of all, a start-up company based in Newark, New Jersey has found a cure for cancer and needs to find a partner (financial backer) as soon as possible to support manufacture and marketing. 372 more words

Authors And Books

Parasite by Mira Grant

Parasite was a really cool science fiction/ bio-medical thriller. As I was reading it reminded me a lot of Orphan Black. You’ve got an evil corporation, bio-technology that can do very good and very bad things, and a lot of mystery. 573 more words

Part Of A Series

7QT: An Interview with R. B. O'Gorman

It’s 7QT Friday with Jennifer over at ConversionDiary.com!

I’m excited to share with you an interview with R. B. O’Gorman, nice Irish Catholic doctor that he is… sorry, ladies–he’s taken! 543 more words


"The Cure" by Robin Cook

(Laurie Montgomery Returns to Work)

Genre:  Medical Thriller


Rival gangs and rival companies in Japan and the U.S. are competing in the race to secure licensing rights to the next big thing:  regenerative medicine using pluripotent stem cells. 145 more words

Book Review

Death Benefit - Robin Cook

What is wrong with this man?! Is he not writing his own books anymore or have I just grown out of them?

I didn’t really like any of the characters, the plot was really weak and the entire storyline just boring. 63 more words