|Institute, the (1984) [Novel]|
by Stuart Kinder
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(From the publisher):
It's the word's most exclusive clinic, and it butchers it's clients like a slaughterhouse working overtime...
All over the world wealthy, intelligent young women in peak physical condition are suddenly dying. In the most sickeningly horrific way, racked by unbearable pain and nausea. Apart from their wealth and the manner of their deaths, they've got one other thing in common: all have attended the ultra-exclusive Walters Institute for expert medical help with fertility problems.
When Doctor Mike Stoner is called in to clear up after one of the deaths, he's not prepared to leave it at that. It's Stoner's way to get to the bottom of a mystery - espically when it smells as bad as this one. But as he digs deeper and deeper into the monstrous conspiracy surrounding The Institute, he begins to realise that his investigations may cost him a whole lot more than just his life...
Original title: The Institute
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Medical Horror & Evil Science