Deadly Harvest by Leonard Goldberg

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Desperate forensic pathologist Joanna Blalock turns to a legal, for-profit company to find a liver for her dying sister, only to discover that the company finds its organ donors through less than scrupulous means. By the author of Deadly Care.
 

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Leonard Goldberg, M.D., is a consulting physician in Los Angeles and is affiliated with UCLA Medical Center, where he is a clinical professor. He is also a highly sought-after expert witness in medical malpractice trials. He is the author of Deadly Exposure, Deadly Harvest, Deadly Care, Deadly Medicine, and A Deadly Practice (all available from Signet). A native of South Carolina, Dr. Goldberg makes his home in Los Angeles.
 
Published January 1, 1997 by Signet. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The disease also killed a Coast Guard seaman, whose corpse Blalock is to autopsy, while other scientists, including millionaire pharmaceutical researcher Mark Alexander, Blalock’s former lover, study the berg itself, which has been somehow lifted out of the ocean and put into a vast Plexiglass cy...

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Although deeply concerned about the deteriorating health of younger sister Kate (suffering from a viral affliction contracted while on an archaeological expedition in Central America) and an alarming incidence of organ transplant fatalities at Memorial Hospital (her professional base), Joanna bea...

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Joanna and her on-again, off-again lover, LAPD Lieutenant Jake Sinclair, have a climactic face-off with the killer and the chief villain (whose identity will not be a surprise);

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In the second volume of the Mountain Trilogy, Myers ( The Mountain Made of Light ) continues the story of Jesse O'Keefe, a young American anthropologist who discovers the lost civilization of the Rixtirra while climbing in the Andes in 1921.

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Even more people die, their various demises captured in lines like ""Hawksworth heard the latch snap into place as the iceberg ran over him, crushing his bones."" One would expect that being trapped with a lethal virus on a sinking ship would generate some suspense, but the constant shifts in per...

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Goldberg tries to generate excitement by jamming the plot circuits with such subsidiary subjects as a rivalry between the hotshot new coroner and Joanna and the details of an Ebola-like virus that has infected Joanna's sister Kate.

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