Cook, Robin

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Pandemic

The audio is highly recommended, though some longtime fans of the series may be disappointed that the characters are not as likable as they once were. But the autopsy descriptions and forensics are still interesting, the potential of CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing is fascinating, and Guidall's narration keeps listener's interest and the plot moving along.
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Charlatans

While the controversial issue of concurrent surgeries makes for a fascinating premise for a thriller, Cook disappointingly uses it as a backdrop for a cleverly written, circuitous plot in which he promotes an increased recognition and use of social media platforms as more effective modes for medical education and certification. [See Prepub Alert, 2/20/17.]
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Cell

George Guidall's narration is superb. Recommended.
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Cell

Cook, ever the master of the medical thriller, combines controversial biomedical research issues with critical ethical concerns and gripping suspense. This outstanding and thought-provoking thriller will attract a wide readership.
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Nano

Recommended for all public libraries.
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Cure

Cook's 30th novel follows Intervention (2009), also available from Recorded Books/Penguin Audio and read by multiple Audie Award winner George Guidall...

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