The Inquisitor

The Inquisitor

Book - 2004
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ER chief Earl Garnet investigates the suspicious deaths of patients in a palliative care ward and learns about patients who have been dealing with near-death experiences. Meanwhile, matters are made worse by the SARS epidemic that is threatening the hospital.
Publisher: New York : Random House Pub., 2004.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780345457806
0345457803
Branch Call Number: FIC Cleme
Characteristics: 335 p.

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rahmmie
Apr 04, 2011

I didn't like it much, almost okay at best

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rvasudha
Jul 31, 2010

A brilliant novel, practically impossible to put down. Unlike most thrillers, this novel has an engaging yet intelligent plot. But what sets this one apart is that the author clearly knows what he's talking about. And not once does he put himself in a spot where he has to rustle up some far-fetched scenario to explain things away. And there's no junk-sciencey twist-the-facts-into-a-ridiculous-doomsday-scenario, which is very rare these days. Peter Clement has really outdone himself on this one.

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