Sunday, March 22, 2015

The Gemini Effect, by Chuck Grossart

A poorly disposed of container of a biological warfare virus shows up and leads to infection that starts with rats and quickly moves to humans. The President's national security advisor is a Russian spy. The Vice President figures this out but doesn't do too well at stopping the problem. Carolyn Ridenour is a biological warfare expert who gets involved with figuring out the nature of the virus, working with military Colonel Garrett Hoffman. Things go badly across the spectrum and the book ends setting up a second volume. Which I most certainly will not read.

The Gemini Effect

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