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Path of Least Resistance By C. Marcus Parr
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A screenwriter who suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder is pitching a script about a biological weapon that threatens to end all life on earth. Hollywood wants to make his movie, but the... More > screenplay is unfinished. As he completes it, scenes within the screenplay begin to come true. No one knows whether he is a microbiologist who genetically engineered a new viral pathogen that could end all life on earth or whether he's just another lying opportunist trying to make a disaster movie. PATH OF LEAST RESISTANCE is a tale about how simple choices can change the course of our lives, and about the strained relationships between fathers and sons, even surrogate fathers and sons. It is about the choice of one man who, by sacrificing himself to save the life of another, may have saved the world. And it is about how motion pictures are made. It is about a mysterious old man who has written a screenplay that comes true. (328 pages)ISBN: 978-0-578-03194-1< Less
Path of Least Resistance By C. Marcus Parr
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A screenwriter who suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder is pitching a script about a biological weapon that threatens to end all life on earth. Hollywood wants to make his movie, but the... More > screenplay is unfinished. As he completes it, scenes within the screenplay begin to come true. No one knows whether he is a microbiologist who genetically engineered a new viral pathogen that could end all life on earth or whether he's just another lying opportunist trying to make a disaster movie. Path of Least Resistance is a tale about how simple choices can change the course of our lives, and about the strained relationships between fathers and sons, even surrogate fathers and sons. It is about the choice of one man who, by sacrificing himself to save the life of another, may have saved the world. And it is about how motion pictures are made. It is about a mysterious old man who has written a screenplay that comes true. (328 pages)< Less
Path of Least Resistance By C. Marcus Parr
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A screenwriter who suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder is pitching a script about a biological weapon that threatens to end all life on earth. Hollywood wants to make his movie, but the... More > screenplay is unfinished. As he completes it, scenes within the screenplay begin to come true. No one knows whether he is a microbiologist who genetically engineered a new viral pathogen that could end all life on earth or whether he's just another lying opportunist trying to make a disaster movie. PATH OF LEAST RESISTANCE is a tale about how simple choices can change the course of our lives, and about the strained relationships between fathers and sons, even surrogate fathers and sons. It is about the choice of one man who, by sacrificing himself to save the life of another, may have saved the world. And it is about how motion pictures are made. It is about a mysterious old man who has written a screenplay that comes true. (328 pages)ISBN: 978-0-578-03194-1< Less
The Procyon Strain: Book One By Anthony Barnhart
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A young man’s summer vacation on the resort island of Hilton Head, South Carolina is cut short when inexplicable events bring in the Coast Guard and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.... More > Strange happenings continue to mount and a government cover-up is exposed. A new virus, capable of replicating itself twice as fast as H.I.V. and claiming a 100-percent mortality rate, threatens to tear civilization apart at the seams. Attacking the brain stem and motor cortex, this new virus, dubbed “The Procyon Strain,” strips the host of all emotion and personality, hijacking the body as a vessel for direct human-to-human transmission. Society teeters on the verge of meltdown as government forces seek to curb and contain the growing outbreaks. The officials in Washington, D.C. placate the public’s growing concern by denying what they know to be true: a global outbreak of an unprecedented scale lies just beyond the bend, and modern civilization is woefully unprepared for what comes next.< Less
The Dark Traveller By Cindy Wright
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SNIPPET FROM THE E-BOOK As people travelled, so too did the plague. Travel between towns and villages in the England of the 1660‟s were not nearly as easy as it would be today. Back then, it... More > would take days to make a trip that these days would take only a few hours. Viruses and diseases would easily have been spread from one‟s departure point to one‟s destination, likely with stops along the way. Inns and public houses could be found in most villages, and were places where many people gathered to feast and drink, in fairly unsanitary conditions, sporting poor hygiene themselves. If one did not have a friend or family member to lodge with along their journey, they would have spent time in these buildings, easily sharing such illnesses as the common cold, or a worse fate, the bubonic plague.< Less
BIOTERRORISM By Prof. Camillo O. Di Cicco
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Ebola was discovered in 1976 in Zaire and Sudan. The virus called Ebola takes its name from the Ebola River, which flows into Zaire, where the virus was isolated for the first time. Peter Pilot MD,... More > was the first to identify ebola virus, from an epidemic in Yambuku, in a village along the banks of the river ebola, in the northern Congo, then Zaire. There are 4 variants of the virus whose differences are due to the type of host they infect: Ebola Zaire, Ebola Sudan, Ebola Tai, that cause disease in humans and primates, and Ebola Reston, which causes the disease only in primates. During the past 30 years have been recorded periodic epidemics of Ebola in central Africa particularly in Gabon, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo-Brazzaville, Sudan and Angola. Probably the virus, present in the bats, was manifested later in the great apes and finally in humans. It is transmitted among humans through contact with bodily fluids (blood, vomit, diarrhea ...), which may occur during the care of the sick.< Less
The Infected: An H1-2M1 Chronicle By L.M. Lee
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The H1-2M1 virus has plagued the world. The infected are mad with hysteria and aggression. They feed on their neighbors and spread their virus through violent outbursts. A young woman must decide... More > whether she wants to continue to survive alone or trust a stranger in order to begin living again. Unfortunately, she has learned the hard way that strangers are dangerous and there are no good people left in the world.< Less
Hawkesbury By Robert Essex
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Hawksbury, a magnificent country mansion set in 3,000 acres of British countryside. Bequeathed by Lord Kingsbury in 1947 with one proviso - that it must become and remain, a hospital. 53 Years on,... More > Hawksbury is a major hospital, and a centre of excellence for many medical fields. The story moves between Hawksbury and Egypt, where an expedition is taking place by an Egyptologist known to one of the surgeons at Hawksbury, thereby linking the 2 intertwined stories which later become one as a series of catastrophic events unfold. In Egypt a cartouche is found, leading to the discovery of a tomb in the desert. The Pharaoh Nemaktat and his Queen, Tha, are discovered in the tomb, along with a deadly ancient virus that is accidentally released and carried back to England. The virus rapidly spreads throughout England and Egypt and it becomes a race against time to find an antidote, a serum to beat the plague, which is now rampant. The human race stands on the very brink of destruction.< Less
Amy's Pursuit By Huck Krueger
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 A mysterious viral disease ravages the Earth, killing millions, including Amy’s parents and husband. When she discovers the source of the disease, anger and the lust for vengeance... More > drives her to join a secret mission to retrieve the cure, and to meet the ones responsible for infesting the Earth with the deadly virus. Later, when justice isn't served, she formulates her own plan to secretly contact them again.< Less
BIOTERRORISM By Prof. Camillo O. Di Cicco
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Bioterrorism is the utilization of microorganisms or toxins in order to produce a disease and/or the dead in human beings, animals or plants. Differently from the conventional weaponry, relatively... More > economic means are used that allow the elimination of living beings without to destroy to the surrounding atmosphere. Method more probable than spread of the bioweapons it is the aerial transmission, continuation from water and feed. Never as hour has been taken in consideration, in our history, the requirement to one preparation in sight of an eventual terroristic attack. A terroristic attack could be put in action to means of crews of mass destruction, of chemical products, therefore like by means of crews of biological nature which virus, bacteria and other germs. In case of attack with use of products chemical and/or radioactive , the effects would be immediate. Many hours, instead, even days, could pass silently before stating the devastating effects of an attack of biological nature.< Less

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