"Gripping...thoroughly believable and entertaining." - EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS "...the whole thing grabs the attention as it hurtles to its terrifying climax." - IRISH INDEPENDENT When a traveller dies, bleeding profusely, on a flight from Africa to London, the Ebola virus is blamed. Steven Dunbar of the Sci-Med Directorate investigates and discovers that this outbreak cannot be blamed on Ebola, and that other people, completely unrelated to the first victim, are falling ill and dying. Somewhere there is a link. Somehow the wildcards are related. As more and more people throughout the British Isles succumb to the virus, politicians equivocate and scientists attempt to find a seemingly impossible answer. Beginning to question his own belief in medicine, Steven comes closer to the terrifying, unbelievable and shocking truth.
Ken McClure is an award-winning research scientist with the Medical Research Council of Great Britain. His medical thrillers have been translated into twenty-one languages and all are international bestsellers. He lives and works in Edinburgh.
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Descrizione libro Simon & Schuster UK, 2002. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 743238001