By Robin Cook
Medical professionals position their lives in jeopardy to determine why a tender lady died at the working table-and had her mind secretly got rid of. "Absorbing...provocative." (Houston Chronicle)
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Asked the student, obviously overwhelmed by the diagnosis. " asked Philips. "He's on Curt Mannerheim's neurosurgical service," said Denise. "Then he doesn't have long to live," said Martin. " Denise turned quickly. " "You don't know Mannerheim. He operates on anything. " Martin again bent over Denise's shoulder, smelling the unmistakable aroma of her freshly washed hair. It was as unique to Philips as a fingerprint, and despite the professional setting, he felt a faint stirring of passion. He stood up to break the spell.
A year ago she'd been a normal college girl. She'd decided to major in English, hopefully to prepare for law school. She loved her literature courses and had been a superior student, at least until she'd met Jim Conway. She knew she'd let her studies go, but it had only been a month or so. Before meeting Jim she'd had sex on several occasions, but it had never been satisfying and she'd questioned why there was so much fuss about it. But with Jim it had been different. She knew immediately that with Jim, sex was the way it was supposed to be.
He was bald save for a frieze of hair that started over each ear and dipped down to meet in a wiry bush at the nape of his neck. He'd been the doctor who'd examined Katherine on two previous occasions, and Katherine had distinctly remembered his hairy hands and fingers, which had had an alien appearance when matted with the semi-transparent latex rubber gloves. Katherine glanced up into the man's face, hoping for a glimmer of warmth. There wasn't any. Instead he silently flipped open her chart, supporting it with his left hand and following his reading with his right index finger.
Brain Medical Fiction by Robin Cook