Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The Influenza Bomb by Paul McCusker and Walt Larimore, MD

Siberian hospitals are overrun with what looks like the Spanish Flu of 1918. When Dr. Susan Hutchinson arrives, she learns that the outbreak began when the missing Professor Weigel had a run-in with an ecoterrorist group called Return to Earth. In a race against time, can she stop them before they destroy all of mankind?

Crisp prose, never-slowing action, a frighteningly plausible plot that weaves impeccably through history and across international borders, all tempered with a tender reminder of divine forgiveness."
—Jeanette Windle

"This is an international thriller with chilling relevance today. The authors have done their homework and written a totally realistic novel that may keep you awake at night! You will never again read about H1N1 outbreaks without wondering about their origins."
—Dorothy Cowling, Creator and Book Reviewer, The List

“Engaging. Innovative. Entertaining. And downright scary. Pray this story never becomes a news headline. Larimore and McCusker have penned an unforgettable tale!”
—Alton Gansky, novelist

“McCusker and Larimore have crafted a chilling tale of bioterrorism. Peppered with scientific details that bring the story to life, The Influenza Bomb is delightfully disturbing and will leave the reader with a ghastly list of ?what ifs' that will haunt the reader long after the last page.”
—Harry Kraus, MD Bestselling Author, The Six-Liter Club and Salty Like Blood

"Ripped from today's headlines, this chilling thriller is very plausible as bioterrorism is a real threat to this nation's security. Reading like a cross between Dan Brown and Frederick Forsyth fans will enjoy the high octane over the top of the Kremlin and German Alps frantic save the world thriller as the Time Scene Investigators are reaching the doomsday clock countdown with The Influenza Bomb ignition."
—Harriet Klausner

Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Howard Books; Original edition (June 1, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1416569758
ISBN-13: 978-1416569756
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 1.1 inches