Michael Crichton’s fiction has terrified readers for years: THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN, EATERS OF THE DEAD, CONGO, SPHERE, RISING SUN, JURASSIC PARK, and more. Attention to hair-raising details and plausible scientific facts were the hallmarks of his writing and the elements of his craft that made his stories so frightening. His many bestsellers had kept us up at night thinking about the unimaginable. When Crichton died in 2008, the world of fiction readers collectively lamented the loss of one of the greatest thriller writers of our time.
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