David Carnov (2008)
The story of a 43-year-old surgeon and notorious womanizer struggling to clear his name after being accused of raping and causing the suicide of a young girl. More...
James B. Stewart (1999)
Blind Eye: How the Medical Establishment Let a Doctor Get Away with Murder.
Simon & Schuster
Don't read that book when you are sick in a hospital bed! Pulitzer-prize winner James B. Stewart describes the career of Dr. Michael Swango, a handsome physician, who may have poisoned at least 35 of his patients. (Dr. Swango was sentenced to four consecutive life sentences for murdering four of his patients.) More...
Kevin Bohacz (2007)
Silently, something is going horribly wrong. Deep in the Amazon, humans drop dead within small circular areas. But soon these "killing zones" spread to the US. Apparently, a benign bacterium has been somehow altered to become deadly. For an apocalypse book Bohacz's tale has a surprisingly rich cast of characters. More...
Peter Clement (2005)
The Inquisitor: A Medical Thriller. (Reprint Ed.)
Buffalo doctor Earl Garnet observes strange events in the hospital's terminal cancer wing. When he starts to investigate, he himself is suspected of murder via a cardiac needle. The SARS epidemic and near-death-experiments of a psycho are also part of the plot. The author's twenty years as emergency physician provide scalpel-sharp suspense and authenticity. More...