Book Review - Miracle Cure

Miracle CureMiracle Cure by Harlan Coben
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I love Coben. This a re-release of a book he published in 1991.

Michael Silverman is a player for the Knicks. His wife, Sarah Lowell, is a television journalist. Michael becomes ill and the diagnosis is AIDS. (Remember, this is 1991 and it was still thought to be a "gay" disease.) Michael starts treatment at a secret clinic where AIDS patients appear to be cured only to be brutally murdered by a serial killer.

Lots of twists and turns and some good characters. I would love to see another book featuring Max "Twitch" Bernstein, the NYC cop who solves the case.

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