Robin Cook – Mindbend

74. Mindbend by Robin Cook (1985)
Length: 256 pages
Genre: Contemporary Mystery
Started: 3 August 2013
Finished: 6 August 2013
Where did it come from? From a Library Book Sale
How long has it been on my TBR pile? Since 23 January 2001
Why do I have it? I like contemporary mysteries and have read and enjoyed Godplayer by the same author in the past. 

Adam Schonberg is an aspiring young doctor who is forced to drop out of medical school and take a job with Arelon – a pharmaceutical company – when his wife Jennifer becomes pregnant unexpectedly. Adam’s new job with Arelon is extremely lucrative, and the company itself is gigantic with aspirations of ultimately dominating the medical field. He becomes suspicious of the company’s practices when some of its physician employees begin to act strangely.

Extremely worried about her pregnancy due to a family history of severe birth defects, Jennifer’s gynecologist prescribes a morning sickness medication created by Arelon. The medication proves to be ineffective and potentially dangerous, and Adam demands that Jennifer stop taking it and change doctors. Their already strained relationship becomes hostile as Adam becomes increasingly more determined to discover Arelon’s secrets; he begins an investigation into the company which reveals more than Adam could have ever even imagined.      

I must say that I enjoyed this book much more than I expected I would. Generally, I like Robin Cook as an author and have probably read about six or seven of his books in the past. However, occasionally I do have a little trouble getting into some of the plots of Robin Cook’s books. I had no such trouble with Mindbend and I give this book an A+!

A+! – (96-100%)   

Till we Meet Again, Glow Brightly as Moonlight

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