Below I’ll give you my selections for the best Medical Thriller books by a few categories. I will cover these and other great books more in depth later.
- Lethal Incision (Dr. Zora Smyth Medical Thriller Series) (2019)
- The Red Death (2018)
- Darwin’s Cipher (2019)
- Mutation (1990)
- Indelible (2011)
- Organ Donor (A Dr. Beckett Campbell Medical Examiner Thriller) (2018)
- Pandemic (2005)
- The Doctor (2019)
- Blind Eye: The Terrifying Story Of A Doctor Who Got Away With Murder (2000)
- Dead Still (Dr. Annabel Tilson Novels) (Volume 1) (2016)
- Plum Island (2002)
- Death Grip: A Medical Thriller (Dr. Annabel Tilson Novels) (Volume 4) (2018)
- Ghost Heart: A Medical Thriller (2017)
- The Kindling Effect (1997)
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The Red Death (2018)
THE FIRST PART OF –Amazon reviewer ***** AN ANCIENT DISEASE re-emerges in the heart of New York City—a deadly bacteria that gave rise to the Black Death. Maggie De Luca, an epidemiologist who is fighting her own demons, works to uncover clues to contain the disease, but is always one step behind—her fate determined by the flip of a coin.
Darwin’s Cipher (2019)
Juan Gutierrez, a cancer researcher, has spent years studying the genome of animals that exhibit immunity to some types of cancer. Over the course of his study, Juan discovers a pattern that allows him to predict the course of a species’ evolution across thousands of generations.
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Paperback: 496 pages Publisher: Harpercollins 2011-05-31; Reprint edition (2011) Language: English ISBN-10: 0062021907 ISBN-13: 978-0062021908 ASIN: B0072B0UX2 Package Dimensions: 7.5 x 4.2 x 1.3 inches Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 343 customer reviews Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,628,627 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #45940 in Police Procedurals (Books) #10463 in Medical Fiction (Books) #164790 in Suspense Thrillers…
To Senior Medical Examiner Dr. Beckett Campbell, the Hippocratic Oath has always been more of a suggestion than a guiding principleBeckett is no ordinary forensic pathologist, which is why he’s not surprised when a container with expertly removed organs arrives on his desk. What is alarming, however, is the note that accompanies it the note that suggests this is only the beginning, that more are on their way. And then there’s the hidden message.
Dr. Noah Haldane knows is overdue for a new killer flu, like the great influenza pandemic of 1919 that killed over twenty million people in less than four months. So when a mysterious new strain of flu is reported in China, he expects trouble In an age when every one in the world is connected by three or fewer commercial flights, a killer bug can travel much faster than the Flu of 1919.
The Doctor (2019)
‘I was gripped immediately’ Katerina Diamond, Sunday Times bestsellerHow much do you know about the couple next door?When Emily and Ben move in next door to Dr Burman and his wife Alisha, they are keen to get to know their new neighbours. Outgoing and sociable, Emily tries to befriend the doctor’s wife, but Alisha is strangely subdued, barely leaving the house, and terrified of answering the phone.When Emily goes missing a few weeks later, Ben is plunged into a panic.
A medical thriller from Pulitzer Prize–winning author James B. Stewart about serial killer doctor Michael Swango and the medical community that chose to turn a blind eye on his criminal activities.No one could believe that the handsome young doctor might be a serial killer. Wherever he was hired—in Ohio, Illinois, New York, South Dakota—Michael Swango at first seemed the model physician. Then his patients began dying under suspicious circumstances.
What if you were suddenly paralyzed in the recovery room?Finally liberated from the two-year confinement of lecture halls and gross anatomy, Annabel Tilson is a medical student working in her first clinical rotation. She has high hopes of mastering the basics of patient care like her famous neurosurgeon father.
Plum Island (2002)
La granita dintre secole, impulsurile criminale s-au rafinat, ca de altfel si ucigasii platiti. Gazul sarin e mai eficient decat Kalasnikovul, germenii patogeni mai greu depistabili decat glontul in frunte. De aceea moartea a doi microbiologi de la Centru de Boli ale Animalelor ridica semne de intrebare si merita nu doar un necrolog, ci si o ancheta.
Something horrid is spreading in the great outdoors…While fetching dinner for her internal medicine team, medical student Annabel Tilson comes face-to-face with Jae Nixon, a park ranger in need of medical care. Ever the Good Samaritan, she gives him a ride to the hospital where he is diagnosed with the flu and sent home. Around the same time, her best friend on the rotation has no energy to spare.
A brilliant transplant surgeon. A rogue organ broker. A ghost child. And the legend that could destroy them all. A brutal murder convinces surgeon Mia Kendall there’s more than she imagined to the mysterious spike in heart transplant rejections. Determined to find answers before she loses another patient, Mia gets sucked into a dangerous international medical web.
Best Medical Thriller Books You Should Enjoy
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Heads Will Roll: A Medical Thriller
Author(s): Chevalier, Joanie
ID: 2581037, Publisher: Joanie Chevalier, Year: 2017;2019, Size: 275 Kb, Format: epub
The Inquisitor: A Medical Thriller
Author(s): Peter Clement
ID: 544345, Publisher: Fawcett, Year: 2005, Size: 620 Kb, Format: epub
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