Capitol Reflections by Jonathan Javitt

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When Marci Newman, the best friend of FDA scientist Gwen Maulder, dies mysteriously, Gwen refuses to believe that the cause was natural. Marci was simply too young and too healthy. Gwen makes it her mission to determine why Marci really died, even though her superiors and even her husband implore her to move on. What she discovers is much bigger and much more horrifying than she ever anticipated.

Her efforts will put her in opposition to some very influential people, people who have every reason to prevent her from discovering their secret…and, more importantly, the power to stop her. As people keep dying, Gwen must go underground to find the answers – risking her life and the lives of those she loves in an attempt to prevent a nationwide disaster.

Written by a true Washington insider and brimming with terrifying realism, Capitol Reflections is a stunning medical thriller.

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Published September 23, 2008 by Story Plant, The. 386 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Business & Economics. Fiction

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When Marci Newman, a workaholic New York City attorney, dies after a mysterious seizure, Newman's best friend, Gwen Maulder, who's a division chief with the Food and Drug Administration, investigates.

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