Author: Robin Cook Publisher: Pan Macmillan ISBN: 1447246799 Size: 18.95 MB Format: PDF View: 3788 DownloadRead Online
Where life begins, terror lurks... Only Robin Cook, acknowledged master of the techno-medical thriller, could have written this supremely chilling novel about the passion to create life—and the power to destroy it.
Author: Ken Hillman Publisher: UNSW Press ISBN: 1742230954 Size: 62.84 MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: 6621 DownloadRead Online
Filled with humorous and heartbreaking moments, this compilation will appeal to healthcare students as well as those dealing with the death of a loved one.
Author: Lawrence Rothfield Publisher: Princeton University Press ISBN: 9781400820689 Size: 25.39 MB Format: PDF View: 5997 DownloadRead Online
Vital Signs offers both a compelling reinterpretation of the nineteenth-century novel and a methodological challenge to literary historians.
Author: Richard Canning Publisher: Carroll & Graf Pub ISBN: 9780786720095 Size: 63.99 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs View: 6553 DownloadRead Online
Contains top-selected literary works inspired by or reflecting the AIDS epidemic, in an anthology that includes Andrew Holleran's depiction of a group of New Yorkers whose lives are irrevocably changed by the disease, Ann Beattie's tale of ...
Author: Mary-Jayne Rust Publisher: Karnac Books ISBN: 1780490488 Size: 38.78 MB Format: PDF View: 7738 DownloadRead Online
This is a familiar process for any new way of looking at things.At the same time as recognising this slow maturation, we are of course equally aware of the extraordinary urgency of the external situation which it is one of the missions of ...
Author: Milton J. Coalter Publisher: FaithWalk Publishing ISBN: 9780972419604 Size: 44.30 MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: 7762 DownloadRead Online
Three noted historical theologians and a team of researchers study the reasons for the decline of the mainline denominations and then use that research to guide pastors, leaders and church members in finding new ways to grow both ...