The Final Victim

The Final Victim

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by I.J. Sarfeh
     
 

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In rural Michigan, a famed athlete undergoes a routine operation. Six weeks later he is dead, victim of a bizarre form of cancer. In Los Angeles, a radio announcer dies of the same cause. Coincidence? Dr. Greg Dostoyov, the athlete's surgeon, and biologist Kate Adams do not think so. Their quest for answers begins in a remote Scottish laboratory. Greg stumbles upon a…  See more details below

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In rural Michigan, a famed athlete undergoes a routine operation. Six weeks later he is dead, victim of a bizarre form of cancer. In Los Angeles, a radio announcer dies of the same cause. Coincidence? Dr. Greg Dostoyov, the athlete's surgeon, and biologist Kate Adams do not think so. Their quest for answers begins in a remote Scottish laboratory. Greg stumbles upon a photograph of stem cells resembling those that caused the athlete's death. The clue launches Greg and Kate into a vortex of danger, imposed by those who would repress the discovery. The ordeal ends in a California hospital, where the mystery unfolds in a surprising and explosive climax.

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ISBN-13:
9780978970406
Publisher:
Foremost Press
Publication date:
11/01/2006
Pages:
268
Product dimensions:
0.61(w) x 9.00(h) x 6.00(d)
Age Range:
3 Months

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The Final Victim 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fast-paced, engaging medical mystery/suspense novel, written by a physician, totally believable. Highly recommended.
RichardSutton More than 1 year ago
One of my favorite ways to judge whether a book really grabs me, is how many times I take a break from it before I complete it. Author Sarfeh has done it again with a completely engrossing tale of long-planned retribution and medical science turned to evil ends. His characters are memorable and familiar -- I felt I knew them all. Well, most of them. The villains, although believable, were seriously creepy. The kind of folks I wouldn't even want to be in the same county with. The actual physician behind the plot mainly comes through in an easy, relaxed approach to the science behind the story. I hope Dr. Sarfeh will continue to produce these crime thrillers since I read the entire book in one eight hour sitting. Sometimes, if you've got a storyteller as gifted as I.J. Sarfeh to share your time with, throwing your back out can actually have a good side! Buy this book. You won't be disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago