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Dr Toby Harper’s quiet night is disrupted when a severely ill man stumbles into ER. She suspects a viral brain infection. But shortly after trying to treat him, he disappears without a trace.

When a second person is admitted with the same symptoms, she starts to trace the deadly infection backwards. And begins to suspect foul play.

And that she may be on borrowed time . . .

Reviews

If you like your crime medicine strong, this will keep you gripped

Mail on Sunday

This is crime writing at its unputdownable, nerve-tingling best

Harlan Coben

Richly drawn hospital scenes . . . Chilling science . . . and breathless ER-style pacing . . . A quick, delightfully scary read

People

[Gerritsen] has an imagination . . . so dark and frightening that she makes Edgar Allan Poe . . . seem like goody-two-shoes

Chicago Tribune

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Also by Tess Gerritsen

I Know a Secret
Playing with Fire
Die Again
Harvest
Last to Die
John Doe (A Rizzoli and Isles short story)
The Silent Girl
The Killing Place
Body Double
The Surgeon
Vanish
The Sinner
Girl Missing
Keeping the Dead
The Bone Garden
The Mephisto Club
The Apprentice

Recommendations

Bullseye
Fool Me Once
The Thirst
Make Me
The Girl on the Train
Two Nights
A Stranger in the House
The Child
Final Girls
Inferno
The Lying Game
The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Night-time
Fall
The Word Is Murder
I Am Pilgrim
The Girl Who Was Taken
Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore
The Murder of Allison Baden-Clay
Never Never
The 7th Function of Language