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Michael Palmer, a skilled physician and veteran of big city emergency rooms, burst on the literary scene with The Sisterhood, a riveting medical thriller that instantly climbed the New York Times best-seller list. Palmer followed up that smashing debut with a string of major best sellers, each one revealing a new aspect of his talent for medical terror. Now, for the first time, three of Michael Palmer's most gripping medical thrillers appear together in a single volume.

Fast-paced suspense, crisply drawn characters, and an insider's knowledge of what really goes on inside hospitals are the hallmarks of Palmer's unique style. Miracle Cure, The Patient, and Extreme Measures are among his best thrillers.

©2000 Michael Palmer (P)2005 Random House Audio

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I enjoyed the stories<br />especially the pace..

Second narrator took some time to get used to, overall by the end I felt that I fully exjoyed both

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loved Miracle Cure and The Patient.

Would you consider the audio edition of The Michael Palmer Value Collection to be better than the print version?

don't know. Not read

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The Extreme Measures production's narrator was awful. The other two were very good.

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