Bad Medicine is a low-impact science mystery novel about the hantavirus outbreak on the Navajo Reservation in the summer of 1993.
It was a "short, vicious" conflict that, by proportion of population, inflicted greater casualties than any other war in American history.
Author Stanton Glantz provides an insider's view of how the tobacco industry works. It's not pretty.
The phrase "thoughtstyle magazine" and Michael Stipe's ever more-unhealthy cover image notwithstanding, the first anniversary issue of Icon is full of good things to read.
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