If you love a cutting-edge medical thriller, you'll love the medical thriller debut from Robin Cook. In Coma, Susan Wheeler was a third-year medical student doing a rotation with Dr. Mark Bellows, a doctor she was attracted to, in Memorial Hospital. What started out with a routine surgery for not one patient but two, she became intrigued about something sinister going on in her own hospital. Ignoring her rounds and her class lectures, she was going to find out why those patients were in comas and didn't wake up. But when she had gotten close to the truth, she was also in danger of losing her life and her medical career before she'd even gotten started. With a hit man on her heels, she discovered a shocking connection at the Jefferson Institute and the people who was really behind it. She didn't know who to trust as friend or foe? There was a compelling ending I wouldn't dare give away.
This was a gripping medical thriller with spine-tingling thrills and chills along the way. This held me in suspense from the first page to the last. I loved the Boston area location for this twisted medical thriller as the settings. I didn't like the Jefferson Institute, while I cared about Susan and Mark and their possible relationship together. This was a shocker through and through. Great drama, plenty of shocking suspense and intrigue and lots of mystery to make you hold you breath and let it out.
Will you discover the truth behind the comas? If so, pick up a copy today!
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