Vital Signs

Vital Signs

Book - 1991
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When Marissa Blumenthal, a successful epidemiologist and happily married woman, discovers that she cannot conceive, her obsession with getting pregnant leads her to investigate the baby-making business.
Publisher: New York : Putnam, c1991
ISBN: 9780399135750
0399135758
Characteristics: 396 p. ;,23 cm

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alicat1
Jul 08, 2018

Cook again delivers a fantastic medical mystery.

Krajzel May 11, 2012

Okay, I guess someone can't get it right all the time. I always enjoy Robin Cook, but this book leaves much to be desired. My heart does go out to infertile couples and the grief they have. However, this book drags on and on and on. How can 2 women be chased by so many evil characters and still come away unharmed? At least one woman does. I was truly sorry to see Wendy eaten by a shark. It was a shock to see Marissa's husband Robert in China, dead no less. So some parts were acceptable and even unexpected. To bad it went over and over and over the same material. Better luck next time Mr. Cook.

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Cabby
Nov 08, 2007

Interesting but not well written.

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