Synopses & Reviews
Dennis Heller wakes up in a small private hospital after a minor car accident to discover that one of his organs is missing. Worse yet, he soon learns that this is the second
organ to be harvested from him.
Now Dennis must run for his life. Clearly, someone, somewhere, is a close match for him--and is powerful enough to steal Dennis's organs for transplant purposes. The next time, Dennis might lose his heart or lungs. He won't wake up after that . . .
Rivaling the best work of Robin Cook and Michael Crichton, The Donor drags the frightening reality of modern-day organ theft into the cold light of day.
Rivaling the best work of Robin Cook and Michael Crichton, Robinson, the bestselling author of "Waiting," tackles the frightening reality of modern-day organ theft in a story of a man who must run for his life when it becomes clear that someone is harvesting his organs, one-by-one.
About the Author
FRANK M. ROBINSON
has had a long career as a magazine editor, a writer of stories, novels, and screenplays. His first novel The Power
, in the 1950s, was produced for television and later became a film, and his collaboration with Thomas N. Scortia in the 1970s and 80s yielded several bestsellers, including The Glass Inferno
, basis for the film The Towering Inferno
. His last novel was the successful thriller, Waiting