Robin Cook

Gary Braver – Skin Deep
Someone is killing the most alluring women of Boston. Someone whose keen eye for beauty masks a twisted mind. Someone who insinuates himself into his victims’ lives and leaves them with nothing but an elegant black stocking knotted around their necks.

Michael Crichton – Next
In his brilliant new blockbuster, the “New York Times” bestselling author journeys into the realm of genetics: fast, furious, and out of control. Provocative yet playful, dark and disturbing, “Next” is Crichton as he has never been seen before.

Tess Gerritsen – Ice Cold
Boston homicide detective Jane Rizzoli receives the grim news that Maura’s charred body has been found in a mountain ravine. Shocked and grieving, Jane is determined to learn what happened to her friend

Patrick Lynch – Carriers
A U.S. Army medical team is sent out to seek the source of the plague at the jungle camp of an American scientist who hasn’t answered radio calls for weeks. As more victims succumb, the Indonesian government takes draconian measures and the American team struggles with the jungle and the Indonesians.

John J. Nance – Pandora’s Clock
Captain James Holland is the pilot on a routine flight from Frankfurt to New York, packed with people eager to be home for Christmas. When a passenger collapses from what appears to be a heart attack, Holland is forced to request an emergency landing at London’s Heathrow Airport. But to his great surprise, the air traffic controllers will not let him land in England — they tell Holland that his sick passenger has contracted a dangerous new form of influenza and that the plane must return to Germany.

Stanley Pottinger – The Fourth Procedure
Corpses of antiabortionists keep turning up in Washington, D.C., in unlikely spots, but even more unlikely is their condition-all have fresh incisions and a toy doll with a message stuffed inside it.

John Case – The First Horsemen
The Spanish Flu killed forty million people worldwide in 1918. Now, with history threatening to repeat itself, a scientific expedition speeds toward a remote island in the Arctic Sea to recover strains of the lethal virus preserved under layers of ice. For Washington Post reporter Frank Daly, it is the story of a lifetime. But his plan to join the expedition is ruined by a ferocious storm that delays him.

Eileen Dreyer – Brain Dead
The bodies keep piling up in Memorial Medical Center’s morgue, and trauma nurse Timmie Parker wants to know why. Old age just doesn’t seem enough to explain the suspiciously large number of deaths, especially since many victims are from Restcrest, the hospital’s highly touted senior-care and research facility.

Leonard Goldberg – Deadly Medicine
Forensic pathologist Joanna Blalock and police detective Jake Sinclair team up to catch a serial killer who is stalking hospital patients.

Richard Mabry – Lethal Remedy
Dr. Sara Miles’ teenage patient is on the brink of death from an overwhelming, highly resistant infection with Staph luciferus, known to doctors as “the killer.” Only an experimental antibiotic, developed and administered by Sara’s ex-husband can save the girl’s life.

Michael Palmer – The Patient
Tiny robot ARTIE is not quite ready to perform neurosurgery. Then he attracts a master assassin with a brain tumor who winds up holding patients and staff hostage in case the operation fails.

Kathy Reichs – Deja Dead
As forensic scientist Temperance Brennan works on the dismembered remains of a murder victim, she begins to suspect that there is a link between this homicide and the torture-killing of a teenager several years earlier.

Patricia Cornwell – Blow Fly
Dr. Kay Scarpetta has left Virginia in quest of peace but instead finds herself drawn into baffling, horrific murders in Florida. There she becomes entangled in an international conspiracy that confronts her with the shock of her life.

David R. Fett – White Sleeper
When Arkansas experiences a wave of rare fatal diseases, the CDC sends disgraced doctor Dave Richards to investigate, and he knows this is the case that could save his career. When he teams up with FBI agent Paula Mushari, Richards thinks he may have found the person who can help him find the answers. But as they dig deeper, they begin to get a sinister glimpse into what they are dealing with—a vengeful sect, led by the son of a late white supremacist, intent on destroying a nation

Chuck Hogan – The Blood Artists
Drs. Stephen Pearse and Peter Maryk are summoned deep into the rain forests of the Congo, where a deadly virus — set free from a centuries-old uranium cave — has decimated a mining camp. Desperate, they bomb the area, resealing the cave containing the incurable disease. But two years later, it reappears, devastating the small New England town of Plainville.

Neil McMahon – Revolution No. 9
In this latest offering from the acclaimed author of To the Bone, an ordinary man–a father and doctor–becomes the final obstacle to a charismatic cult leader’s fiendish plan for revolution.

Ross Pennie – Tainted
In an affluent city perched on Ontario’s Niagara Escarpment, residents begin turning up on the pathologist’s autopsy table with what looks like epidemic mad cow disease.

Christoph Spielberg – The Russian Donation
Doctor Felix Hoffmann’s life is textbook success: it’s a life filled with medical work, televised soccer games, and the chill of German beer. Yet, when a former patient shows up dead by causes unknown, Hoffmann signs a death certificate that may be his own.