Fatal Care by Leonard Goldberg

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With "fascinating forensics and insider insights," (People), Leonard Goldberg and his heroine, forensic pathologist Joanna Blalock, have thrilled fans of medical suspense with the latest technologies...and newest terrors.

In this brand-new paperback original, Joanna follows a trail of unexplained deaths to a biogenetic laboratory-where scientists are making unprecedented leaps in gene therapy...at the cost of human life.

"Non-stop enjoyment... Joanna Blalock is a great character." (Affaire de Coeur)

"Goldberg has the anatomy of ingenious murders down pat." (Kirkus Reviews)

About Leonard Goldberg

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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 November 1, 2001 by Signet. 146 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The end of the mystery is full of holes—one plot point hinges on Joanna's inability to remember the code to a locked door even though it differs by only one digit from the code she does know.

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