Pan Macmillan, 11 sep. 2014 - 368 páginas
Outbreak is Robin Cook at his hair-raising best. Blending a premise of consummate public concern with a galvanizingly suspenseful plot, he has perhaps created his signature work.
When the director of a Los Angeles health maintenance clinic succumbs, along with seven patients, to an untreatable – and virulently contagious –virus, Atlanta's Center for Disease Control goes on red alert. Unless the virus is isolated and checked, mankind may be facing its gravest medical crisis since the Black Death.
Assigned by the CDC to investigate the disease, Dr. Melissa Blumenthal is soon caught up in the ultimate nightmare. The California case is merely the first in a burgeoning series of outbreaks that occur in unrelated geographical areas but with puzzling commonalities: The locations are always health-care facilities, and the victims are only physicians and their patients.
As her investigation takes increasingly bizarre turns, Melissa finds that behind the natural threat lurks a far more sinister possibility: sabotage.
Before she discovers the truth, Melissa must overcome her superiors' fury, her colleagues' doubts – and the wrath of a powerful cabal, sworn to achieve its aims, no matter what the cost in human life – including Melissa's.
Brilliantly imagined, fiendishly compelling, Outbreak is superb Robin Cook – the kind of speculative chiller that will reverberate in the reader's awareness long after the final page is turned.
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LibraryThing ReviewReseña de usuario - christinejoseph - LibraryThing
medicinal horror virus no cure - CDC investigates - good. Murder and mystery reach epidemic proportions when a devastating plague sweeps the country. Dr. Marissa Blumenthal of the Atlanta Centers for Disease Control investigates--and soon uncovers the medical world's deadliest secret. Leer reseña completa
LibraryThing ReviewReseña de usuario - koharteh - www.librarything.com
I wanted more ebola and less shitty plot. Leer reseña completa