Synopses & Reviews
This unusual examination of "Borrelia burgdorfieri" (Bb), the bacteria that causes Lyme disease, follows the microbe's path through from mouse to tick to deer to human and discusses the history and evolution of Lyme disease and its impact on our changing environment.176 pp.
About the Author
Arno Karlen, Ph.D., a pschoanalyst, has written widely on history and biomedical science. He is the author of Napoleon's Glands and Other Ventures in Biohistory and Man and Microbes: Diseases and Plauges in History and Modern Times. He lives in New York City.