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Cell by Robin Cook (Review)

Cell. By Robin Cook. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 2014. 402 pages.

George Wilson, a radiology resident, just learned about the latest medical technology at a conference: iDoc.  134 more words


'The Increment'... SAS's covert assasination unit... The REAL James Bonds.

The alternate media and ‘truther’ movement gives too much credit to The Mossad and CIA! ;D

‘The Increment’ is a top secret assassination unit, comprised of mainly of SAS/SBS personnel. 218 more words

The impending collapse of it all. How Timothy McMaster got a role in the NBR.

My name is Timothy McMaster (link) and this is my story.  I think that perhaps the first thing to get out there is that “Tim” is not my real name, the account was a fictional account created to interact with Joshua Bonehill-Paine.  582 more words

Don't Care If It's Chinatown or on Riverside*

If you’ve ever been to New York City, then you know that it defies easy description. It’s a city with a long and rich history, and today, it’s a mix of so many cultures and different kinds of people that the word ‘diverse’ doesn’t even begin to describe it. 963 more words


Cell by Robin Cook

iDoc: a cellphone application that provides a ‘physician’ 24/7 and an increase in preventative care. Dr. George Wilson supports it: he sees every day that medical personnel are spread too thin. 205 more words


By Robin Cook

Synopsis: The New York Times–bestselling author and master of the medical thriller returns with a top-notch fusion of groundbreaking medical science and edge-of-your-seat suspense. 222 more words