Intervention

Intervention

Book - 2010
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Bestselling author Robin Cook returns with another ripped-from-the- headlines thriller, as New York City medical detective Jack Stapleton investigates the promises-and deadly risks-of alternative medicine and is led deep into the heart of a religious conspiracy...
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2010, c2009.
ISBN: 9780425235386
0425235386
Characteristics: 431 p. ;,19 cm.

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cmtrunda Jul 16, 2013

The story has a lot of potential, but the dialogue was often stilted and awkward and the ending was a big disappointment.

SMBE Nov 29, 2012

Interesting story line and a good read, however I am tired of Laurie & Jack Stapleton.

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rslade
Sep 21, 2012

So, is Cook for or against faith healing? Not exactly his usual.

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sunstarelanor
Apr 22, 2011

Robin Cook as always has a problem with endings. :( Good read though, and lots of learning with the Biblical stuff.

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Dspry
Nov 24, 2010

Cook started out with a really good idea here, but the abrupt ending made it feel like he rushed for a deadline. If you like Jack Stapleton though, you have to read this.

Dani_106 May 02, 2010

good, but the ending felt a bit too rushed.

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prokerryotic
Mar 11, 2010

Dr. Jack Stapleton deals with his 4 month old baby boy who has a neuroblastoma and the discovery of what could be the Virgin Mary's bones.

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