Since author Tess Gerritsen is the keynote speaker at a conference I’ll be attending in two weeks, I’ve spent the last month listening to audiobooks of hers during my work commute.
That being said, Gerritsen has made me a fan of the medical thriller.
Although I’ve read medical thrillers (at random) in the past, I’ve never devoured one after the other with wanton disregard for my burgeoning TBR.
Enter Harvest, Life Support, Bloodstream, and Gravity.
Gerritsen’s intricately researched contagions and conspiracies, grating surgical descriptions, and expertly spliced scenes ensure her titles are one-click-worthy.
All the ones I’ve read, linked below, are standalones and do not have to be read in any particular order. (Gerritsen is also the writer behind the Rizzoli & Isles series, but I haven’t gotten to any of those books yet.)
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