Immunity

If you think the cover is pretty scary then you need to read what's inside!



DEA Agent Castro Baxter and his partner, Ted are out on a stakeout, when all of a sudden Ted starts having convulsions. Ted’s whole body is rapidly swelling. Before Castro can get help Ted dies. Castro’s boss thinks Ted died of a drug overdose but Castro believes that’s not true. When Dr. Alexandra Blake gets involved, her tests prove Ted didn’t die of an overdose but of something more horrifying. Before Alex knows it people all over are dying. It is turning out to be a major outbreak of the dangerous kind. Alex will have to use every part of her knowledge as well as wits about her in order to keep more people from dying. That’s the easy part. The obstacle will be staying alive. The people responsible for starting this whole epidemic don’t appreciate Alex sticking her nose where it doesn’t belong. Will the bad guys end up on top this time or can Alex come out the hero?


Readers who have followed Dr. Alexandra Blake will not be disappointed in Lori Andrew’s latest Immunity. The plot for this book was both intriguing and frightening. Intriguing that something like this could happen so easily and frightening for the same fact. For anyone who likes medical thrillers then you will enjoy reading this book. From the first couple of pages till the end, Immunity was first-class. I thought Immunity was a mix between a Tess Gerritsen novel and CSI. Need I say more? Ms. Andrews brings so much intensity with her expertise on genetics and law. See for yourself what I am talking about in Immunity.




Check out Lori Andrew's website


http://loriandrews.com/



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http://us.macmillan.com/Retailer.aspx?isbn=9780312352721

Comments

J. Kaye Oldner said…
I've heard about this author before. Was it from you? Did you post about a previous book by this author?
Cheryl said…
I did post about this author and this book previously.
Becky LeJeune said…
I love this series! (I think I said that in response to your other post about her, but oh well.) It's similar enough in style and subject matter that I think fans of old Patricia Cornwell and Kathy Reichs would really enjoy it. I think it's also got an original hook with AFIP that the other "forensic mysteries" don't have. I can't wait to read this one!
naida said…
sounds very good...and scary. anything having to do with outbreaks is always creepy.
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Literary Feline said…
I haven't read anything by this author but your review has me intrigued. I'll have to go back and look for her earlier books so I can start at the beginning.

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