Robin Cook

Robert Brian "Robin" Cook (born May 4, 1940, in New York City) is an American physician and novelist who writes about medicine and topics affecting public health.
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Seizure by Robin Cook
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Marker by Robin Cook
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A 28-year-old man seems the picture of health, until he fractures his leg while skating in New York's Central Park. Within twenty-four hours of his surgical treatment he is dead. Next, a 36-year-old mother has knee surgery to repair a torn ligament in her knee - and within twenty-four hours she too has died. Confronted with a series of puzzling deaths of young, healthy patients after routine treatment, medical examiners Dr. Laurie Montgomery and Dr. Jack Stapleton begin to investigate. Up against resistance from her superiors, and also coping with a personal life that continues to fragment, precipitated by Jack's inability to commit to their relationship, Laurie's need for answers becomes even more urgent. Could all these deaths be intentional? With time winding down, she and Jack embark on a race to connect the dots.  read more
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Godplayer by Robin Cook
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Foreign Body by Robin Cook
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Fatal Cure by Robin Cook
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Toxin by Robin Cook
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Crisis by Robin Cook
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Mutation by Robin Cook
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When gynaecologist and biomolecular researcher Dr Victor Stein learns of his wife's infertility, he initiates a bold and dangerous experiment. Fusing his wife's egg and his own sperm, he sets in motion the production of a superior being, his child.  read more
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The Crust on its Uppers by Robin Cook
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1962. First Edition. 189 pages. No dust jacket. Black cloth with white lettering. Noticeable tanning to endpapers and page edges. Pencil lines to page 22&23. Small stains (approx. 2cm) to top edges of rear endpapers. Mild wear and bumping to spine, board edges and corners. Visible tanning to spine. Distinct markings, soiling and small stains (approx. 2cm) across the boards. Small dent (approx. 5mm) to edge of front board.  read more
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Public Parts and Private Places by Robin Cook
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1967. First Edition. 207 pages. This is an ex-Library book. White jacket covering black cloth boards with gilt lettering. Pages remain bright with moderate foxing to text block edge and inscription to the front endpaper. Ex library inserts and stamps included. Binding is firm with light corner bumping and soiling to boards. Spine has moderate shelf wear. Unclipped jacket has a plastic coating and light soiling to the covers. Spine has light rubbing to both ends.  read more
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Bombe surprise by Robin Cook
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1963. First Edition. 190 pages. Pictorial jacket covering red cloth boards with white and black lettering. Pages are slightly yellowed with light foxing to text block edge and thumb prints inside. Binding is firm with light rubbing to the spine ends. Unclipped jacket has light edge wear and tear all round and scuffing to the spine ends.  read more
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