Books by Leonard Goldberg

PLAGUE SHIP by Leonard Goldberg
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: Oct. 8, 2013

"As if ocean cruising hasn't been scary enough recently, Goldberg (Patient One, 2012, etc.) devises another all-too-plausible medical scenario that will send chills up the spine despite a few moments readers will be glad are far-fetched."
A sick bird's last-ditch attempt to save itself leads to disaster aboard a cruise ship. Read full book review >
PATIENT ONE by Leonard Goldberg
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: May 8, 2012

"Goldberg, a clinical professor at UCLA Medical Center, has the expertise to provide an exciting medical thriller. This fast-paced departure from his Joanna Blalock series (Lethal Measures, 2000, etc.) provides all the excitement, intrigue and danger you could ask for."
An emergency-room doctor must use all his considerable skills to save the president and the nation from disaster. Read full book review >
LETHAL MEASURES by Leonard Goldberg
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: Feb. 1, 2000

"A gripping tale that sails along on the wings of Joanna's Holmesian genius for gory and relentless deductive detail right up to the routine ending, which calls off all moral dilemmas to put Joanna in peril."
A lethal medical thriller, bringing back forensic pathologist Joanna Blalock of Los Angeles Memorial Hospital (Deadly Exposure, 1998, etc.), that for sheer tonnage of pathological detail outweighs Patricia Cornwell's medical exams of the shot and chopped, stabbed and stewed'and other hastily departed. Read full book review >
DEADLY EXPOSURE by Leonard Goldberg
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: Nov. 2, 1998

"A salty vichyssoise of zingy technobabble and tiresome plotting that, thankfully, refuses to take itself too seriously."
A lethal microbe, a brutal murderer, and a sentient iceberg menace cooly competent forensic pathologist Joanna Blalock, back for a fourth outing(Deadly Harvest, 1997, etc.). Read full book review >
DEADLY HARVEST by Leonard Goldberg
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: May 6, 1997

"Shock value and more from Goldberg, a clinical professor at UCLA Medical Center who has the anatomy of ingenious murders down pat."
Tough police Lieutenant Jake Sinclair and pathologist Joanna Blalock (Deadly Care, 1996) team up again to excellent effect, tackling a tangled web of a case that pits them against both garden-variety murderers and predatory traffickers in human body parts. Read full book review >