Title: Miracle Cure
Author: Harlan Coben
Summary (from bn.com): A Harlan Coben Classic-Now Back in Print!
In a clinic on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, a doctor has dedicated his life to eradicating a devastating disease. One by one, his patients are getting well. And one by one, they’re being targeted by a serial killer.
There’s only one cure, but many ways to die…
My thoughts: I didn’t realize when I picked this book up that is was a reprint from 1991. That certainly explains the dated references . . . such as car phones & beepers . . . and in general the dated overall topic of AIDS, AIDS research and funding.
Putting that aside . . . I really, really enjoyed this book. I sat down and read its 500 pages in about a day and a half – which is not exactly like me if its not a Patterson book :). I felt it was fast paced, thoroughly enjoyed the characters, and my jaw dropped a bit when the mystery was solved . . . I thought I had it figured out, but I didn’t go there.
Overall, a fast paced great read!!
Books Are Life,