Ballantine, May 2002, 22.95, 336 pp.
Geneticist Dr. Kathleen Sullivan and ER Chief Dr. Richard Steele are making love when she suddenly collapses in pain from a tremendous headache caused by a massive brain hemorrhage. Kathleen loses almost all movement, as she has become a quadriplegic with several critical bodily reflexes failing. She is reduced to communicating with one wink meaning yes and two winks no.
Dr. Tony ... Death Rounds (Thriller/Action)
The bacteria was supposed to be treatable. Until a nurse dies from it. Horrifically. Traced to University Hospital, the infection is raging out of control. Dr. Earl Garnet tries to remain clam. But as more people fall gravely ill - including Garnet's own wife - he uncovers a shocking connection between the victims. Throughout the community, panic and paranoia spread as wildly as the outbreak itself, and the entire University Hospital Staff is quara... Death Rounds (Thriller/Action)
This book is about a group of doctors performing death rounds when some people are miracolously sick.... Mortal Remains
Ballantine, Sept 2003, 23.95, 368 pp.
Sheriff Dan Evans of Hampton Junction in upstate New York had volunteers dragging the nearby lake for the body of an elderly Alzheimer's patient who disappeared several days ago. They found the bones of a left forearm of a body that has been in the lake a very long time. This leads to the sheriff and Dr. Mark Ruper, the county coroner to dive into the lake to retrieve the body.
When they ...
Ballantine, Jul 2001, 19.95, 336 pp.
Agrenomics is a bioengineering company that is developing, testing, and planning to implement a genetic weapon of mass destruction. They are performing their work on behalf of a client who wants to bring America to its knees. The firm is spraying a genetic vector all over the Midwest so that a deadly disease limited to the animal population will invade the human race.
Dr. Kathleen S... The Procedure
Fawcett, Jun 2001, 6.99, 384 pp.
The HMO informs the mother that eighteen-month-old Robert Delany had a cold and did not need ER treatment. When she called back they said use your judgment, but we will not pay for treatment unless a true emergency exists. Still worried, the mother rushes her son to the nearby Buffalo hospital, but it proves too late as the infant dies. The head of ER, Dr. Earl Garret blames the HMO Brama for th...