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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Mutation by Cook, Robin
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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...
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Brain by Cook, Robin
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Fatal Cure by Cook, Robin
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Doctors Angela and David Wilson believe that they have found personal and professional bliss when they leave the stresses of urban life for a state-of-the-art medical centre in Vermont....
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The Legacy of the Stiff Upper Lip; or, the Astonishing Social Hinterland of a Lapse by Robin Cook
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1969. 171 pages. Acceptable paperback; Overall the book is complete and readable however defects are present. Defects may include missing plates, shelf wear and marking to cover, marking to...
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Terminal by Cook, Robin
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Sean, a highly motivated medical student in his third year at Harvard Medical School, is thrilled to take a two-month research post at the renowned Forbes Cancer Centre. But Sean is denied the...
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Vital Signs by Robin Cook
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Foreign Body by Robin Cook
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Jennifer Hernandez is a fourth-year medical student at UCLA whose world is shattered during an otherwise ordinary day. While half-listening to a news report on medical tourism, where...
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Acceptable Risk by Cook, Robin
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From the doctor whose bestselling thrillers have created fear and excitement for over a decade comes a harrowing tale of ambition, abandoned ethics and uncontrollable greed.
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Sphinx by Cook, Robin
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Outbreak by Cook, Robin
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The Point of Departure: Diaries From the Front Bench by Cook, Robin
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A riveting combination of diary entry and commentary on the Blair government since its re-election in 2001, this groundbreaking book by former Foreign Secretary and Labour Leader of the...
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Shock by Robin Cook
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Cutting-edge technology and personal greed converge in this spine-tingling novel of medicine run amok. Deborah Cochrane and Joanna Meissner, students and close friends, spot a campus newspaper...
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Vector by Cook, Robin
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New York City cab driver Yuri Davydov is a disgruntled Russian poised to lash out at his adoptive nation. A former biological weapons technician he possesses terrifying knowledge. Can Dr Jack...
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Vector by Cook, Robin
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New York City cab driver Yuri Davydov is a disgruntled Russian poised to lash out at his adoptive nation. A former biological weapons technician he possesses terrifying knowledge. Can Dr Jack...
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Contagion by Cook, Robin
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'The master of the medical thriller' New York Times
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Teesside and Old Cleveland Through Time by Cook, Robin
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The fascinating history of Teesside and Old Cleveland, illustrated through old and modern pictures.
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Terminal by Robin Cook
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Godplayer by Cook, Robin
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This is the default conversion keynote text and should be changed.'The master of the medical thriller' New York Times
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