I just started "Toxin" by Robin Cook, on Monday night, but I got a call yesterday from my library telling me that they have the book I requested. So last night I picked up the last of The Walking Dead novels. I think this one is called "The Fall of the Governor". Because it's a new book, the loan period is just 2 weeks instead of the normal 4. So I have to set "Toxin" aside for now.
I've finished the prologue and 2 chapters of Toxin. It's one of those books that I bought at GoodWill for $.89. I didn't read the back cover till Monday, and then started wondering if I REALLY wanted to read it. It's a fictional account of a doctor whose daughter is infected with E. coli. It's the story of his investigation into how she contracted it. So, it's a gross story about the meat processing industry.
But, what I've read of it so far, it's really good writing, the story flows, etc. etc. I haven't gotten to the part yet, though, where they find out she's been infected.