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  • Posted March 31, 2013

    Although I'm not a reader of medical thrillers, I found J. L. Gr

    Although I'm not a reader of medical thrillers, I found J. L. Greger's Coming Flu a compelling story. She takes us inside a gated retirement community and introduces us to many of those who live there as well as to the persons responsible for their health and safety. Besides the flu danger, there are killers on the loose bringing the element of mystery to this story. The author's expertise in the health field is evident as the plot of the book unfolds. This is a fast-paced and well-written story that will cause the reader to worry about the potential dangers of a flu season without the proper drugs to protect from an epidemic.

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  • Posted November 7, 2012

    The dialogue-driven plot of Coming Flu will send chills up your


    The dialogue-driven plot of Coming Flu will send chills up your spine as a world-wide flu epidemic gets its start in an Albuquerque gated community. Especially hard-hit is a retirement home within the gates. Frail, elderly folks begin to die.

    But as medical authorities struggle to come up with an anti-viral vaccine, and the police try to enforce a quarantine, another worry looms. There is a murderer loose in the community!
    Once you catch up with the many characters introduced early on, this book will capture your imagination--and stir your fears--with the vastly disturbing question of, what if?

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