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Extinction End

Extinction End (The Extinction Cycle #5)

by Nicholas Sansbury Smith

I love this series and am very happy with the way things have played out in this last entry in the main story. 512 more words



This medical thriller is the third book in the Jack Stapleton & Laurie Montgomery series and the first med thriller I ever read. Released in 1997 this book probes the issue of genetic modification and cloning. 211 more words


Review: The Cradle Will Fall by Mary Higgins Clark (1980)

My Rating: 5 stars                                          Read: 3/22/2017


A minor road accident landed county prosecutor Katie DeMaio in Westlake Hospital. That night, from her window, she thought she saw a man load a woman’s body into the trunk of a car…or was it just a sleeping pill induced nightmare? 457 more words


Romantic New Thriller Suspense by Sam Cheever

Praise for Pursuing Elena:

“This remarkable book will take you on a journey of pain, hope and LOVE from beginning to end.”

“…twists I never saw coming with a suspenseful story line that kept me on the edge of my seat.”

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Stillness by Eldon Farrell Will Appeal to #RobinCook Readers! #bookreview #medicalthriller #books

Title: Stillness

Author: Eldon Farrell

Genre: Medical Mystery / Thriller

Book Blurb:

Some secrets won’t stay buried…

When people start to succumb to a virulent strain of plague in the seemingly idyllic hamlet of Stillness, the CDC is called in to investigate. 709 more words

Under The Knife ~ By Kelly Parsons - 3.5 Stars

Thanks to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for providing an eARC in exchange for an honest review.

352 Pages

Synopsis: Morgan Finney, a biotechnology tycoon, is a shy, highly intelligent but socially awkward and emotionally fragile man. 544 more words

#794 Coma by Robin Cook

Coma by Robin Cook

Susan Wheeler is one of the only female medical students starting a surgical residency at a prestigious hospital. Susan is a good-looking woman who is more apt to be mistaken for an exotic dancer rather than a serious medical student. 709 more words