Robin Cook Message Board
Yossi posts on 1/19/2006 10:54:59 AM
I have read everything by Robin Cook and have begun reading Michael Palmer. I was never a medical thriller reader before but Cook got me addicted. Any other authors of the genre? Let me know. I've heard good things about David Shobin, Alan Nayes and Leonard Goldberg but have yet to check them out.
Tim posts on 1/14/2006 5:23:03 AM
I just finished reading acceptable risk and it was really fasinating with the witch craft and mold spores and everything. I am starting Vector and I seems very interesting with anthrax. I just bought Brain and Mortal Fear, so now I have all on his books except for The Year of the Intern and his latest ones from Seizure and on. I think that I have on of Micheals Palmer's books so i'll have to check it out some time. All I know is when I start one of Robin's books it's hard to put down.
david E posts on 1/8/2006 8:09:07 AM
HELLO, there are a few authors that come to mind that are similar to ROBIN COOK:MICHAEL PALMER, TESS GERRITSEN,to name a few...write to me..would love to talk about cook and others...david here, in pa..
Joann posts on 1/7/2006 10:38:26 AM
Yes, Ebola is that bad. Try reading "Hot Zone" (don't remember author).
Books similar to Dr. Cooks - Try reading Michael Palmer's novels. Very good.
Tim posts on 1/6/2006 9:25:04 PM
I have read many of Robin Cook's novels, and I've enjoyed every one of them. I have just about every book that he has written, and I am wondering if anyone knows of other authors that are similar to his style of writting.
Thanks for any replies
j posts on 12/31/2005 2:57:06 PM
odd book but interesting i wonder if Ebola really can do that and who survived if there is a 97% death rate please answer.
derrick amato posts on 12/30/2005 6:57:20 PM
Anyone know of a means to get an e-mail off to him or his publisher?
Divakar posts on 12/24/2005 1:13:00 PM
I am reading Cooks novels since I am in first year of my college. Definitly he is one of the finest author I came across. Do read his novels and you will not be disappointed. Most of the stories are gripping some times you will be forced to finish the story at one go. Have a nice time
Deb posts on 12/19/2005 4:13:44 PM
How can you meet and get a signed copy of a Robin Cook book in person??
Liz posts on 12/14/2005 10:30:12 PM
I just read "Godplayer" & im confused, who's Rodney Stoddard? Did I miss something?
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