'If you like your crime medicine strong, this will keep you gripped.' Mail on Sunday
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Dr Toby Harper’s quiet night is disrupted when a severely ill man stumbles into ER. She suspects a viral brain infection. But shortly after trying to treat him, he disappears without a trace.
When a second person is admitted with the same symptoms, she starts to trace the deadly infection backwards. And begins to suspect foul play.
And that she may be on borrowed time . . .
If you like your crime medicine strong, this will keep you gripped
This is crime writing at its unputdownable, nerve-tingling best
Richly drawn hospital scenes . . . Chilling science . . . and breathless ER-style pacing . . . A quick, delightfully scary read
[Gerritsen] has an imagination . . . so dark and frightening that she makes Edgar Allan Poe . . . seem like goody-two-shoes