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Ken McClure is the internationally bestselling author of medical thrillers such as Wildcard, The Gulf Conspiracy, Eye of the Raven and Past Lives

Ken McClure is the internationally bestselling author of medical thrillers such as Wildcard, The Gulf Conspiracy, Eye of the Raven and Past Lives. Dr Steven Dunbar, an ex-Special Forces medic, is one of his most popular characters.

New Steven Dunbar Book, MIASMAAs my new Steven Dunbar book, MIASMA, nears completion, I. .THERE is always cause for excitement when internationally acclaimed medical thriller Ken McClure launches a new novel.

THERE is always cause for excitement when internationally acclaimed medical thriller Ken McClure launches a new novel. Even more so when it is the latest in his Dr Steven Dunbar series.

McClure Ke. en McClure Lost causes PROLOGUE Melissa Carlisle, daughter of Lord . Dr Steven Dunbar opened one eye and took in the time on the bedside alarm clock. en McClure Lost causes PROLOGUE Melissa Carlisle, daughter of Lord and Lady Pennington and wife of John Carlisle MP, looked at her husband across the breakfast table as if she were examining something she’d just trodden on. When it came to expressing extreme distaste, the upper classes were a breed apart.

Dr Steven Dunbar Series. 12 primary works, 12 total works. White Death is the seventh thriller by Ken McClure t. ore.

Lost Causes: A Dr Steven Dunbar Thriller: Book 9. by Ken McClure. The ninth Dr Stephen Dunbar thriller

Lost Causes: A Dr Steven Dunbar Thriller: Book 9. The ninth Dr Stephen Dunbar thriller. br Ex-Special Forces medic Dr Steven Dunbar has left his job with the Sci-Med Inspectorate and now works for a pharmaceutical company. Against his will, he is persuaded to return to Sci-Med when a number of people die in suspicious circumstances, including a former health minister.

Thirty minutes later, Steven showed his ID to the woman who opened the door. Mrs McKay, I’m Dr Steven Dunbar from the Sci-Med Inspectorate. We specialise in finding missing persons. I wonder if I might have a word?’ The woman looked at him over her glasses and then said, ‘Oh, you mean Mr Malik. Yes, of course, please do come i. Steven found himself in a time warp. He was sitting in the front room of a bungalow with furniture and decor that belonged to another age.

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Ex-Special Forces medic Dr Steven Dunbar has left his job with the Sci-Med Inspectorate and now works for a pharmaceutical company

Ex-Special Forces medic Dr Steven Dunbar has left his job with the Sci-Med Inspectorate and now works for a pharmaceutical company. And then the UK comes under bio-terrorist attack. A disease not seen in the country for a hundred years is let loose on major cities and a group of young Islamic fundamentalists are arrested. But something is not quite right.

The ninth Dr Stephen Dunbar thriller

The ninth Dr Stephen Dunbar thriller  .

Ex-Special Forces medic Dr Steven Dunbar has left his job with the Sci-Med Inspectorate and now works for a pharmaceutical company. Against his will, he is persuaded to return to Sci-Med when a number of people die in suspicious circumstances, including a former health minister. And then the UK comes under bio-terrorist attack. A disease not seen in the country for a hundred years is let loose on major cities and a group of young Islamic fundamentalists are arrested. But something is not quite right. Steven begins to suspect that there is a dark and ruthless conspiracy at the heart of the outbreak that is much closer to home.

Comments: (7)

Invissibale
I have read the entire Steven Dunbar series and have enjoyed every book. There is a recurrent theme and, of course, because it is a series the author has to explain the protagonist's story in every book. But after you know the story you can just skip that part. I do think the author does a good job of maintaining the suspense and he has fleshed out Dr. Steven Dunbar in successive books.
There are just some niggling things that bother me. If you have a recurring character the name should remain the same throughout the whole series. MacMillan's secretary was Rose in the first few books then she suddenly became Jean. Sue's husband was Richard but sometimes he is called Peter. Sue's children were Robin and Mary in early books then they became Peter and Mary.A character named Molly is speaking but then she suddenly becomes Julie! There are lots of missing words and extra words but I can usually work around things like that in an e-book. All and all I really like this series of books and would definitely buy a new one in the series when it comes out. I just hope they get all the names right!
Black_Hawk_Down.
I am going to read most if not all Dunbar books because I like both Dr. Dunbar and his boss. I have had some reservations about plausibility of rabid rats in one of them (i.e. the reason for their modified behavior) but I cannot say anything about plausibility of the 'science' in this book. Way beyond my understanding of the science (or fantasy) behind it.

McClure is obviously not a right wing ideologue. I am not one either but I am uncomfortable with the idea the even people on the extreme right would conspire, quite effectively, to implement basically Nazi ideas of euthanasia in modern UK.

In certain sense the elimination of the 'weak and useless' may be a goal of many rightists but not by the means depicted in this book.

Unlike in other Dunbar books, this seems to be at the core of this nominally medical thriller.

The book should not be in the category of any kind of thriller, there should be a category of political essays illustrated by not very plausible extreme examples.

Only three stars for this particular Dunbar stuff.
Lesesshe
Loved this book! Am a fan of the Dr.,s and look forward to reading more books of his adventures. The stories have enough science/medicine in them to engage interest and provide suspense without going beyond the understanding of informed readers. Personal lives add depth to the characters without getting in the way of the story.
Yahm
Really enjoyed Lost Causes! Seemed to have a double plot going/coming together at the end. Dunbar will be back to ride again. Am glad it won't be the last. Love series. I have been trying to download the whole series on Kindle Fire. . Can't find then all/no # 1. Help
Tetaian
A few month ago, I had never even heard of an author by the name of Ken McClure, then I stumbled on the Dr Steven Dubar series and was hooked.
I am a little sad that I seem to be running out of them.
Dugor
I just love the combination of medical and mystery that accompany all of the Dr Steven Dunbar books. The intrige with the human side to it. I would recommend it to any reader who is interested in a medical novel with a lot of suspense.
Zonama
I have enjoyed all the Dr. Steven Dunbar novels, and this one is no exception. Set in the UK, sometimes the dialogue gets a little brain dead...but only sometimes. Love the series!
An great book for fans of the Dunbar series.
Lost Causes. Ken McClure (Dr Steven Dunbar) download epub
Thrillers & Suspense
Author: Ken McClure
ISBN: 1846972132
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: Polygon (June 1, 2002)
Pages: 249 pages