Best-selling author Robin Cook wins devoted fans with his tales of science-driven intrigue and pulse-pounding suspense. In Crisis, Cook delivers a taut thriller that doesn't let up until its breathtaking conclusion. When medical examiner Jack Stapleton suggests the body at the heart of a malpractice suit be exhumed, startling evidence comes to light-and there are those who will stop at nothing to keep this information buried. "Master of the medical thriller."-The New York Times
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by Robin Cook
"Cook's newest medical mystery is as complicated as a sensitive surgery. New York doctor Jack Stapleton is a medical examiner, and Boston doctor Craig Bowman is a physician in a busy upscale practice. Craig needs Jack's help. He's made a mistake and now risks losing his reputation and license. Two main characters, countless minor ones, love interests, a continuous stream of medical cases, a trial, and personal problems . . . there's only one narrator who could pull it all off. It's George Guidall, who reads at a fast clip, differentiating characters with a touch of nuance and intimating emotions with a subtlety of inflection that proves once again his mastery of the audio performance. S.W. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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