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The Best Microbe Books – Nonfiction & Fiction

“What are the best books about microbes and microbiology?” We aggregated and ranked 218 books about microbes in an attempt to answer that very question!

Microbes are all over you, your keyboard, your food, and pretty much anything you interact with on a daily basis. They live inside you, help you digest food, dictate certain process in your body, and probably have more of a say in how you live your life than you do. For being such an important part of life, most people know little to none about our tiny little microbe friends (sometimes enemies, but mostly friends).

Below you will find the top 14 Microbe books (nonfiction and fiction) that appeared on multiple lists, with images, links, and summaries. The remaining 204 books, appearing on a single list each, as well as the sources we used, are listed at the bottom of the page.


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Top 17 Microbiology Books

(Editors Choice) I Contain Multitudes: The Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life by Ed Yong


Every animal, whether human, squid, or wasp, is home to millions of bacteria and other microbes. Ed Yong, whose humor is as evident as his erudition, prompts us to look at ourselves and our animal companions in a new light—less as individuals and more as the interconnected, interdependent multitudes we assuredly are.

The microbes in our bodies are part of our immune systems and protect us from disease. In the deep oceans, mysterious creatures without mouths or guts depend on microbes for all their energy. Bacteria provide squid with invisibility cloaks, help beetles to bring down forests, and allow worms to cause diseases that afflict millions of people.

Many people think of microbes as germs to be eradicated, but those that live with us—the microbiome—build our bodies, protect our health, shape our identities, and grant us incredible abilities. In this astonishing book, Ed Yong takes us on a grand tour through our microbial partners, and introduces us to the scientists on the front lines of discovery. It will change both our view of nature and our sense of where we belong in it.

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14 .) Clinical Microbiology Made Ridiculously Simple by Mark Gladwin

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  • Ranker
  • Microbiology Info

A brief, clear, thorough, and highly enjoyable approach to clinical microbiology, brimming with mnemonics, humor, summary charts and illustrations, from Ebola to AIDS to flesh-eating bacteria to mad cow disease, hantavirus, anthrax, smallpox, botulism, etc. Significant updates. Excellent Board review. The 6th edition adds updates to Clostridium difficile diagnosis and treatment; treatment of gonorrhea in light of growing antimicrobial resistance; Tuberculosis diagnostics, new drugs for treatment of latent TB infection and MDR TB; the latest antibiotics; update on pandemic flu, including H7N9; report on the recently discovered SARS-like coronavirus; the latest hepatitis C treatment options; the latest HIV diagnostics and recently approved HIV meds; and emerging drug resistant bacteria.

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13 .) Cold Plague by Daniel Kalla

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  • Best Science Fiction Books
  • Science Thrillers

“Pristine water—hidden for millions of years, untouched by pollution, and possessing natural healing powers—is found miles under Antarctic ice. The scientists who make this astonishing discovery stand to win worldwide acclaim and earn billions. While people around the world line up for a taste of the therapeutic water, a cluster of new cases of mad cow disease explodes in a rural French province. Dr. Noah Haldane and his World Health Organization team are urgently summoned.

Fresh from a brush with a pandemic flu, Noah recognizes the deadliness of a prion—the enigmatic microscopic protein responsible for mad cow disease—that kills with the speed and ferocity of a virus. Despite intense international pressure to declare the outbreak a random occurrence, Noah suspects that factors other than nature have ignited the prion’s spread among animals and people in France. Facing a spate of disappearances and unexplained deaths, Noah uncovers a conspiracy that stretches from St. Petersburg, Russia, to Beverly Hills, and from the North to the South Pole. He soon realizes that the scientific find of the century—a lake the size of Lake Superior buried three miles under Antarctica—might hold the key to a microscopic Jurassic Park.

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12 .) Foundations in Microbiology by Kathleen Park Talaro

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  • Ranker
  • Microbiology Info

Written with the non-major/allied health student in mind, Foundations in Microbiology offers an engaging and accessible writing style through the use of tools such as case studies and analogies to thoroughly explain difficult microbiology concepts. A taxonomic approach is used for the study of pathogens.

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11 .) Isolation Ward by Joshua Spanogle

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  • Best Science Fiction Books
  • Science Thrillers

“Straight out of today’s hospitals and labs–and tomorrow’s headlines–comes a frightening, scalpel-sharp thriller from medical insider Joshua Spanogle. In an astounding debut, Spanogle takes us on an all-too-real race against time…as a young doctor enters the dark side of scientific research, desperate to stop a terrifying epidemic before it is too late….

In Baltimore’s St. Raphael’s Hospital, three newly admitted patients are among society’s most helpless citizens: female residents of Baltimore’s group homes for the mentally impaired, their bodies racked by a virus the likes of which no one at St. Raphael’s has ever seen.

Dr. Nathaniel McCormick is one of the first on the scene. A young investigator from the Centers for Disease Control, Nate is paid to explore the bizarre, the exotic, and the baffling–from superviruses to bioterrorism. But as soon as Nate begins to investigate the lives and habits of the victims, he knows something is terribly wrong. Using all his skills as a medical detective, Nate soon zeroes in on the “vector”–the one person who had sexual contact with the first victims. And when that suspect is found murdered, Nate fears that the disease he’s chasing may not be an act of nature, but of man.”

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10 .) Microbe Hunters: The Classic Book on the Major Discoveries of the Microscopic World by Paul DeKruif

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  • Ranker

Paul de Kruif’s Microbe Hunters is a timeless dramatization of the scientists, bacteriologists, doctors, and medical technicians who discovered microbes and invented the vaccines to counter them. De Kruif reveals the now seemingly simple but really fundamental discoveries of science—for instance, how a microbe was first viewed in a clear drop of rain water, and when, for the first time ever, Louis Pasteur discovered that a simple vaccine could save a man from the ravages of rabies by attacking the microbes that cause it.

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9 .) Microbiology : A Laboratory Manual by James Cappuccino, Natalie Sherman

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  • Lern 4 Good
  • Microbiology Info

Versatile, comprehensive, and clearly written, this competitively priced laboratory manual can be used with any undergraduate microbiology text—and now features brief clinical applications for each experiment, and a new experiment on hand washing. Microbiology: A Laboratory Manual is known for its thorough coverage, descriptive and straightforward procedures, and minimal equipment requirements. A broad range of experiments helps to convey basic principles and techniques. Each experiment includes an overview, an in-depth discussion of the principle involved, easy-to-follow procedures, and lab reports with review and critical thinking questions. Ample introductory material and laboratory safety instructions are provided.

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8 .) Microcosmos: Four Billion Years of Microbial Evolution by Lynn Margulis and Dorion Sagan

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  • Five Books
  • people.cst

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7 .) Sherris Medical Microbiology : An Introduction to Infectious Diseases by Kenneth J. Ryan, C. George Ray

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  • Lern 4 Good
  • Microbiology Info

For more than a quarter-of-a-century, no other text has explained the link between microbiology and human disease states better than Sherris Medical Microbiology. Through a vibrant, engaging approach, this classic gives you a solid grasp of the significance of etiologic agents, the pathogenic processes, epidemiology, and the basis of therapy for infectious diseases.

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6 .) The Cobra Event by Richard Preston

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  • Best Science Fiction Books
  • people.cst

“Five days ago, a homeless man on a subway platform died in agony as startled commuters looked on. Yesterday, a teenager started having violent, uncontrollable spasms in art class. Within minutes, she too was dead.

Dr. Alice Austen is a medical pathologist at the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta. What she knows is that the two deaths are connected. What she fears is that they are only the beginning. . . .”

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5 .) The Hot Zone by Richard Preston

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  • people.cst
  • Science Thrillers

A highly infectious, deadly virus from the central African rain forest suddenly appears in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. There is no cure. In a few days 90 percent of its victims are dead. A secret military SWAT team of soldiers and scientists is mobilized to stop the outbreak of this exotic “hot” virus. The Hot Zone tells this dramatic story, giving a hair-raising account of the appearance of rare and lethal viruses and their “crashes” into the human race. Shocking, frightening, and impossible to ignore, The Hot Zone proves that truth really is scarier than fiction.

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4 .) The Judas Strain by James Rollins

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  • Best Science Fiction Books
  • Science Thrillers

“From the depths of the Indian Ocean, a horrific plague has arisen to devastate humankind–a disease that’s unknown, unstoppable . . . and deadly. But it is merely a harbinger of the doom that is to follow. Aboard a cruise liner transformed into a makeshift hospital, Dr. Lisa Cummings and Monk Kokkalis–operatives of SIGMA Force–search for answers to the bizarre affliction. But there are others with far less altruistic intentions. In a savage and sudden coup, terrorists hijack the vessel, turning a mercy ship into a floating bio-weapons lab.

A world away, SIGMA’s Commander Gray Pierce thwarts the murderous schemes of a beautiful would-be killer who holds the first clue to the discovery of a possible cure. Pierce joins forces with the woman who wanted him dead, and together they embark upon an astonishing quest following the trail of the most fabled explorer in history: Marco Polo. But time is an enemy as a worldwide pandemic grows rapidly out of control. As a relentless madman dogs their every step, Gray and his unlikely ally are being pulled into an astonishing mystery buried deep in antiquity and in humanity’s genetic code. And as the seconds tick closer to doomsday, Gray Pierce will realize he can truly trust no one, for any one of them could be . . . a Judas.”

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3 .) The Lazarus Strain by Ken McClure

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  • Best Science Fiction Books
  • Science Thrillers

When the Crick Research Institute is broken into the police believe that it was Animal Rights activists taking things a step too far. But one of the Institute’s top scientists, Tim Devon, is found brutally murdered and six research monkeys have been let loose. No one seems to know exactly what the monkeys were being used for and government officials arrive a little too promptly to prevent any of Prof. Devon’s colleagues from finding out exactly what he was researching.

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2 .) The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton

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  • Best Science Fiction Books
  • people.cst
  • Science Thrillers

“The United States government is given a warning by the pre-eminent biophysicists in the country: current sterilization procedures applied to returning space probes may be inadequate to guarantee uncontaminated re-entry to the atmosphere.

Two years later, seventeen satellites are sent into the outer fringes of space to “”collect organisms and dust for study.”” One of them falls to earth, landing ina desolate area of Arizona.

Twelve miles from the landing site, in the town of Piedmont, a shocking discovery is made: the streets are littered with the dead bodies of the town’s inhabitants, as if they dropped dead in their tracks.

The terror has begun . . .”

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1 .) Microbiology: An Introduction by Gerard J. Tortora, Berdell R. Funke, Christine L. Case

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  • Microbiology Info
  • Lern 4 Good
  • Ranker

With the complex and extensive information presented in introductory microbiology courses, demonstrating the connections between processes you can’t see with your naked eye and diseases you will encounter in future careers can be challenging. Microbiology: An Introduction guides you through the process of disease diagnosis, aided by the practical application of the new Clinical Cases that are integrated through every textbook chapter.

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204 Additional Best Microbiology Books


10% Human: How Our Body’s Microbes Hold the Key to Health and HappinessAlanna CollenLacto Bacto
A Concise Manual of Pathogenic MicrobiologySaroj K. Mishra; Dipti AgrawalDrake
A Field guide to GermsWayne Biddlepeople.cst
A Shot in the Dark: Why the P in the DPT Vaccination May beHarris and Barbara Fisher Coulterpeople.cst
A Slot MachineS.E. Luriapeople.cst
A Thorn in the Starfish: the Immune System and How it WorksRobert Desowitzpeople.cst
Advances in Virus ResearchKarl Maramorosch (Editor); Frederick A. Murphy (Editor)Drake
America’s Forgotten Pandemic: The Influenza of 1918Alfred W Crosbypeople.cst
And the Band Played onRandy Shiltspeople.cst
And the Waters Turned to Blood: The Ultimate Biological ThreatRodney Barkerpeople.cst
Annals of EpidemiologyBerton Rouechepeople.cst
Aspergillus and Penicillium in the Post-genomic EraHighveld
Bacterial Physiology and MetabolismJ. R. SokatchDrake
Bad Blood: The Tuskegee Syphilis ExperimentJames H Jonespeople.cst
Bailey & Scott’s Diagnostic Microbiology, 13th EditionMicrobiology Info
Basic Health Publications User’s Guide to ProbioticsEarl MindellRanker
Basic Medical MicrobiologyElsevier
Biofilms in BioremediationHighveld
Biography of a GermArno Karlanpeople.cst
BlochmanStanley and Lawrence G Steinpeople.cst
Born to Die: Diseases and New World ConquestNoble David Cookpeople.cst
Brain PlagueBest Science Fiction Books
Brain-eating AmoebaeHighveld
Brock Biology of Microorganisms, 14th EditionMicrobiology Info
BRS Microbiology and Immunology, 6th EditionMicrobiology Info
Climate Change and Microbial EcologyHighveld
CLINICAL ETHICSWilliam J. WinsladeRanker
ContagionRobin Cookpeople.cst
Damien the LeperJohn Farrowpeople.cst
Dark Life: Martian NanobacteriaMichael Ray Taylorpeople.cst
DeadlyScience Thrillers
Deadly Feast: Tracking the Secrets of a Terrifying New PlagueRichard Rhodespeople.cst
Disease and HistoryFredrick F Cartwrightpeople.cst
District Laboratory Practice in Tropical Countries, Part 1, 2nd EditionMicrobiology Info
District Laboratory Practice in Tropical Countries, Part 2, 2nd EditionMicrobiology Info
Doomsday BookConnie Willispeople.cst
Early LifeLynn Margulispeople.cst
Earth AbidesGeorge R Stewartpeople.cst
Eleven Blue MenBerton Rouechepeople.cst
Encyclopedia of Plague and PestilenceG.C. Kohnpeople.cst
EpidemicFrank G Slaughterpeople.cst
Epidemics and History: DiseaseSheldon Wattspeople.cst
Evolution of Infectious DiseasePaul W Ewaldpeople.cst
Evolutionary Medicine: Rethinking the Origins of the DiseaseMarc Lappe’people.cst
Fearson Fauna: A Field Guide to the Creatures that Live in YouRoger M Knutsonpeople.cst
Fever: The Hunt for a New Killer VirusJohn G Fullerpeople.cst
Field Guide to Disease: A Handbook for World TravelersBerton Rouechepeople.cst
Flu: The Story of the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918 and the Search for the Virus thatGina Kolatapeople.cst
Follow Your Gut: The Enormous Impact of Tiny MicrobesRob Knight with Brendan BuhlerLacto Bacto
Friend of the Good EarthRene DubosAmerican Society For Microbiology
FungiR.C. Cookepeople.cst
Fungus the BogeymanRaymond Briggspeople.cst
GalapagosBest Science Fiction Books
Garden of microbial delightsDorion SaganRanker
Gas Plasma Sterilization in MicrobiologyHighveld
Germs – Biological Weapons and America’s Secret WarJudith Millerpeople.cst
God Bless the Microscope! A history of the Royal Microscopical Society over 150Gerald L’Estrangepeople.cst
GravityTess Garrittsonpeople.cst
Greenwood Medical Microbiology, 18th EditionMicrobiology Info
Guns, Germs, and SteelJared Diamondpeople.cst
Health and the Rise of CivilizationMark N Cohenpeople.cst
History of SyphilisC Que’telpeople.cst
HoneyRobert and Michele Root-Bernsteinpeople.cst
How to Stay Healthy AbroadRichard Dawoodpeople.cst
In the Company of Mushrooms: A Biologists TaleMoselio Schaechterpeople.cst
Introduction to Microbiology : A Case-History Study ApproachJohn L. Ingraham, Catherine A. IngrahamLern 4 Good
It Was Probably Something You AteNichols Foxpeople.cst
Jawetz Melnick & Adelbergs Medical Microbiology, 26th EditionMicrobiology Info
Journal of the Plague YearDaniel DeFoepeople.cst
Jurassic ParkMichael Crichtonpeople.cst
Killer Germs – Microbes and Diseases that Threaten HumanityBarry E Zimmermanpeople.cst
Koneman’s Color Atlas and Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology, 6th EditionMicrobiology Info
Laboratory Exercises in MicrobiologyRobert A. Pollack, Lorraine Findlay, Walter Mondschein, R. Ronald ModestoLern 4 Good
Learning by Heart: AIDS and Schoolchildren in America’s CommunitiesDavid L Kirppeople.cst
LichensOliver Gilbertpeople.cst
Life on a Young PlanetAndrew KnollFive Books
Life on ManTheodore Roseburypeople.cst
Life’s EnginesPaul G. FalkowskiDrake
Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews: Microbiology, 3rd EditionMicrobiology Info
Lives of a cellLewis R Thomaspeople.cst
MagicDonald T Atkinsonpeople.cst
MagicJohn Camppeople.cst
Magical MushroomsGeorge W Hudlerpeople.cst
Magnificent MicrobesBernard Dixonpeople.cst
MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry in MicrobiologyHighveld
Man and MicrobesArno Karlanpeople.cst
Many facesRonald Atlaspeople.cst
Measuring the Invisible WorldA Schierbeekpeople.cst
Medical MicrobiologyElsevier
Metchnikoff and the origins of immunologyAlfred I. TauberRanker
MicrobesP. S. Bisen; Mousumi Debnath; G. B. PrasadDrake
Microbes and ManJohn Postgatepeople.cst
Microbes and Morals: the Strange Story of Venereal DiseaseTheodore Roseburypeople.cst
MicrobiologyMarjorie Kelly CowanRanker
Microbiology: An Application Based ApproachMicrobiology Info
Microbiology: Principles and Explorations, 9th EditionMicrobiology Info
MicrographiaRobert HookeFive Books
Milestones and MilestonesVictor Hardypeople.cst
Milestones in MicrobiologyThomas Brockpeople.cst
Mims’ Medical MicrobiologyElsevier
Miracle CureMilton Wainrightpeople.cst
Missing Microbes: How the Overuse of Antibiotics is Fueling Our Modern PlaguesMartin BlaserLacto Bacto
MoldsC.M. Christensenpeople.cst
MosquitoesGordon Harrisonpeople.cst
Mushrooms and ToadstoolsJ Ramsbottompeople.cst
Mutant 59: The plastic eatersKit and Gerry Davis Reddlerpeople.cst
Native Lordship in Medieval ScotlandCynthia NevilleRanker
Natural History of Infectious DiseaseDavid O, Whitepeople.cst
New Guinea Tape Worms and Jewish GrandmothersRobert Desowitzpeople.cst
Notes on Medical Microbiology E-BookElsevier
Origins of Molecular BiologyAmerican Society For Microbiology
OutbreakRobin Cookpeople.cst
Patenting the Sun: Polio and the Salk vaccineJane S Smithpeople.cst
PlagueK.F. Kiplepeople.cst
Plague ShipFrank G Slaughterpeople.cst
Plague Time: How Stealth Infections are Causing CancersPaul Ewaldpeople.cst
Plagues and PeoplesWilliam H McNeilpeople.cst
Plankton: Wonders of the Drifting WorldChristian SardetFive Books
Power Unseen: How Microbes Rule the WorldBernard Dixonpeople.cst
Prescott’s Microbiology, 9th EditionMicrobiology Info
Profiles of Women ScientistsElizabeth O’Hearnpeople.cst
Quest for the KillersJune Goodfieldpeople.cst
RatsHans Zinsserpeople.cst
Rats, Lice, and HistoryHans Zinsserpeople.cst
Readings from Scientific America: Microorganisms from smallpox to Lyme DiseaseThomas Brockpeople.cst
Robert Koch: A Life in MedicineThomas Brockpeople.cst
Rosalind Franklin & DNAAnne Sayrepeople.cst
Rubbish! The Archaeology of GarbageWilliam and Cullen Murphy Rathjepeople.cst
Schaechter’s Mechanisms of Microbial Disease, 5th EditionMicrobiology Info
Ship FeverAndrea Barrettpeople.cst
Single LensBrian J Fordpeople.cst
Soma: Divine mushroom of immoralityGordon R Wassonpeople.cst
SpiralScience Thrillers
Splendid SolutionJeffrey KlugerRanker
Spoiled – The Dangerous Truth about a Food Chain Gone HaywireNichols Foxpeople.cst
Spoiled – Why Our Food is Making us Sick and What We Can Do About ItNichols Foxpeople.cst
Steps Toward Life: A Perspective on EvolutionManfred Eigenpeople.cst
Symbiosis as a Source of Evolutionary InnovationLynn and Rene’ Fester Margulispeople.cst
Symbiotic Planet: A New View of EvolutionLynn Margulispeople.cst
Textbook of Microbiology & Immunology – E-bookElsevier
The Advance of the FungiE.C. Largepeople.cst
The Birth of the CellHenry Harrispeople.cst
The Black DeathGwneyth & John S Cravenspeople.cst
The Black DeathP Zieglerpeople.cst
The Cholera Years: The United States in 1832Charles E Rosenbergpeople.cst
The Coming PlagueLaurie Garrettpeople.cst
The Demon Under The Microscope: From Battlefield Hospitals to Nazi Labs, One Doctor’s Heroic Search for the World’s First Miracle DrugThomas HagerRanker
The Disease DetectivesGerald Astorpeople.cst
The Eleventh PlagueJohn Marrpeople.cst
The Final DiagnosisArthur Haileypeople.cst
The Forgotten PlagueF Ryanpeople.cst
The Fourth HorsemanAlan Edward Noursepeople.cst
The Fourth Horseman: a short history of epidemicsAndrew Nikiforukpeople.cst
The Fragile SpeciesLewis R Thomaspeople.cst
The Generation of DiversityAlfred I. TauberRanker
The Genesis of GermsAlan GillanFive Books
The Good Gut: Taking Control of Your Weight, Your Mood, and Your Long-term HealthJustin Sonnenburg and Erica SonnenburgLacto Bacto
The gospel of Germs: MenNancy Tomespeople.cst
The Great PoxJon Arrizablagapeople.cst
The Greatest Benefit to Mankind A Medical History of HumanityR Porterpeople.cst
The immune selfAlfred I. TauberRanker
The Life that Lives on ManMichael Andrewspeople.cst
The Magic MountainThomas Mannpeople.cst
The Malaria CapersRobert Desowitzpeople.cst
The Medical DetectivesBerton Rouechepeople.cst
The Medieval LeperPeter Richardspeople.cst
The Medusa and the SnailLewis R Thomaspeople.cst
The Microbes: Our Unseen FriendsHarold W Rossmorepeople.cst
The Orange ManBerton Rouechepeople.cst
The Outer Reaches of LifeJohn Postgatepeople.cst
The PlagueAlbert Camuspeople.cst
The Plague of the Spanish Lady: The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919Richard Collierpeople.cst
The power of PlaguesAmerican Society For Microbiology
The Private Science of Louis PasteurGerald L Geisonpeople.cst
The Satan BugAlistair Mcleanpeople.cst
The Secret HouseDavid Boudanispeople.cst
The Things That Keep Us HereScience Thrillers
The War of the WorldsBest Science Fiction Books
The White PlagueRene Dubospeople.cst
There’s a Hair in My DirtGary Larsonpeople.cst
Topley and Wilson’s Microbiology and Microbial Infections, 8 Volume Set, 10th EditionMicrobiology Info
Toxic Terror: The truth behind the Cancer ScaresElizabeth M Whelanpeople.cst
ToxinRobin Cookpeople.cst
ToxinRob Swigartpeople.cst
Tropical Diseases: From 50Robert Desowitzpeople.cst
Tuskegee’s Truths: Rethinking the Tuskegee Syphilis StudyJames H Jonespeople.cst
Twelve Diseases that Change Our WorldAmerican Society For Microbiology
Typhoid Mary: Captive to the Public’s HealthJudith Leavittpeople.cst
VectorRobin Cookpeople.cst
VectorRob Swigartpeople.cst
Virus Hunter: Thirty Years of Battling Hot Viruses Around the WorldMark aand CJ Peters Olshakerpeople.cst
VirusesMichael Oldstonepeople.cst
VitalsBest Science Fiction Books
Wayside and Woodland FungiW.P.K. Findlaypeople.cst
Who Gave Pinta to the Santa MariaRobert Desowitzpeople.cst
Why We Get Sick: The Science of Darwinian MedicineRandolf M Nessepeople.cst
Yellow FeverChristopher Willspeople.cst

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