At a huge, overcomputerized LA hospital of the not-too-remote future, a group of doctors stumble on a hush-hush triage...

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TIME OF THE FOURTH HORSEMAN

At a huge, overcomputerized LA hospital of the not-too-remote future, a group of doctors stumble on a hush-hush triage project involving randomly deactivated vaccines. The result is not just a little judicious thinning of the great unwashed but a full-blown pandemic of many once-extinct diseases. In the face of police-backed action by their superiors and a murderous surge of anti-doctor hysteria among the Inner City youth, the rebel doctors set up their own emergency care center and man it with ever-shrinking resources. Good premise, packaged dehydrated characterizations. Yarbro, who has written promising sf short stories, shows little sense of pacing and effect.

Pub Date: July 2, 1976

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Doubleday

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1976