By Robin Cook
Medical professionals position their lives in jeopardy to determine why a tender girl died at the working table-and had her mind secretly got rid of. "Absorbing...provocative." (Houston Chronicle)
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To his surprise he extracted a cassette case labeled Rumors by Fleetwood Mac. "What the hell," smiled Philips. He hadn't the foggiest idea why Michaels would buy him a recording by Fleetwood Mac. "More symbolism," explained Michaels. " Suddenly the whole charade made sense. Philips flipped open the case and pulled out the cassette. It wasn't a musical recording. It was a computer program. " asked Philips almost in a whisper. "It's the whole thing," said Michaels. " said the incredulous Martin. "You know the last material you gave me?
Her figure was slight, one hundred and eight pounds, with breasts that were not large but wonderfully shaped and firm. She had thick shiny brown hair, which she usually wore pulled back from her forehead and clasped with a single barrette on the back of her head. Her eyes were lighter brown with flecks of gray, giving her a lively mischievous appearance. Very few people guessed that she had been first in her medical school graduating class three years previously, nor did many believe that she was twenty-eight years old.
All eyes switched from the patient to the blinking lights, except for Philips, who glanced down at his hands and tried to dislodge a small tab of dead skin alongside the nail of his index finger. His mind was wandering. "In the next thirty seconds the computer simultaneously solves forty-three-thousand-two-hundred equations of tissue-density measurements," said the technician, eager to take over Philips' role. Philips encouraged this. In fact he merely gave the students their formal lectures, allowing the practical teaching to be done by the neuroradiology fellows, or the superbly trained technicians.