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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The Legacy of the Stiff Upper Lip by Robin Cook
1969. 171 pages. Acceptable paperback; overall the book is complete and readable however defects are present. Defects may include missing plates, shelf wear and marks to cover, marking to pages, foxing and tanning.  read more
The Crust on its Uppers by Robin Cook
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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Mutation by Robin Cook
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
Contagion (Tpb) by Cook Robin
Contagion (Tpb)  read more
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Abduction by Cook Robin
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Critical by Robin Cook
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Brain by Robin Cook
Brain  read more
Vital Signs by Robin Cook
Dr. Marissa Blumenthal's dream of becoming pregnant has turned into an obsession. A successful pediatrician, she will try any scientific method available to conceive. Until the horrible secrets of an urban clinic erupt in a nightmare of staggering proportions. 'Vintage Cook ...nonstop action!' Kirkus Reviews  read more
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