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Dust to Dust: A Dr Steven Dunbar Thriller: Book 8 Kindle Edition
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The book was so good that I have sought out McClure's other Stephen Dunbar novels and have begun reading the entire series. The first book in the series is called "Donor" and is also a very engaging read. Donor: Steven Dunbar Series, Book 1 (Dr Steven Dunbar 1)
In short, Ken McClure has created not only a new hero, but also a new organisation ("Sci Med") which seeks to protect UK citizens as a result of its investigative work.
This is a new breed of medical thriller and I am happy to recommend it to all my friends.
A medical themed thriller / mystery. If you read one Ken McClure book you will read more.
Could this happen in real life? If you have enough money, probably.
I would definitely recommend this book.
The leading specialist into this, Dr John Mottram, is also asked to assess a sample of blood for compatibility between 'a donor' and Patient X for suitability to have a bone marrow transplant for leukaemia.
The story, as usual, has twists and turns and Steven Dunbar appears around Ch 13 to look into why Dr Mottram had an 'unfortunate accident' in the Scottish Borders while undertaking some research into his Black Death theory and how it is linked to Patient x and his transplant. We are not told who Patient x actually is, though it isn't hard to guess, and there are a few loose ends not tied up as is also now usual with Mclure books..
I enjoyed the book in spite of much of it being predictable (I've read all the rest in the series as far as this one). The storylines follow a set pattern but are none the less enjoyable for me, though readers who like more variety might be getting tired of the format. I hope that the next book, written after Dr D has left Sci Med has a bit more originality. And Tally, what happened next????? I hope we find out.
I've taken off the star as I'm getting tired of minor story-lines runing from one book to another without being resolved, even though the main story is a stand-alone and very enjoyable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ken McClure is one of my favourite authors. His stories always have page and energy. This one did not disappoint, although the ending seemed a bit rushed and contrived.Published on 5 Feb. 2014 by AllieN
This book will have you gripped from page one. You will not want to put it down and you won'tPublished on 1 Feb. 2014 by elgriff
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