Lists of All Kinds

Intervention by Robin Cook – Review (not worth spoiling)

This is not his best effort. Too many storylines with one promising one left unresolved in mid-book. Thought I was reading a poor man’s Da Vinci Code.

Heck, I am going to spoil it:

Dr. Jack Stapleton’s new son has neuroblastoma and the prognosis is not good. But the son is cured in the last few pages of  the book when Jack and his wife Laurie take him to a ‘healer’ in Israel. How and why they got there is up to you to read. But get the book at a library, don’t waste your money.

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December 11, 2009 - Posted by | Reviews, Spoiler Alert

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