(PRWEB) January 20, 2005
BioAgent Q333 is a gripping, suspenseful novel about terrorism, greed and the ruthlessness of some human causes and will present the mystery reader with new thriller about bioterrorism. An adventure where scientific know-how and plain common sense prevail during a time that could drastically alter the future of bioterrorism and the world. A story of fictionÂ that could become tomorrow's reality.
The sequel, BioAgent Q333, places Dr. Stephen Finder in a new situation where he must track down a deadly new biological warfare agent before it falls into terrorism hands. Finder is once again aided by the beautiful former Russian biological warfare expert, Dr. Natalia Smirnova, and the equally lovely young college student, Penny Smith. As before the direction for the operation and the large sums of money required comes from the mysterious man known only as Standek. The quest for BioAgent Q333 begins in Washington, D.C., takes Finder to a renowned research facility in New York City, then to Obolensk, Russia and into the most secret workings of the former Russian biowarfare facility known as Biopreparat. A trip to a beautiful Caribbean island uncovers a sinister plot to produce BioAgent Q333 in preparation for an attack on the United States. On return to New York, Finder encounters a grizzly scene in which six of Dr, Smirnova's technicians have been brutally murdered. Enters a new character, Detective Sam Giradri, Head of the Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) unit, who must with Finder's help piece together the brutal scene and determine how it relates to the Q333 episode. BioAgent Q333 is a gripping, suspenseful novel about terrorism, greed and the ruthlessness of some human causes.
BioAgent Q333 is anticipated for release at the end of 2005.
Synopsis of "The Eider Files" Dr. Steven Finder, a down-on-his-luck scientist, is caught in a web of intrigue, hired by a mysterious man named Standek to find documents that make up the ÂEider FilesÂ. These files contain information on new biological warfare agents more deadly than Anthrax or other bioagents; they describe a unique delivery system using small flying robotic insects. Foreign terrorist groups, Chinese and Moroccan, both after the files, confront Finder. He must also locate and stop a rogue Army Colonel who has stolen the bioagent cultures and developed a clandestine underground lab for their production. The saga comes to a climax when all parties meet in a field near an old, dilapidated red barn in the Maryland countryside. Set in Washington, DC, The Eider Files is the intriguing adventure of an ordinary man placed in extraordinary circumstances, against criminal and terrorist elements with which he has no experience. It is an adventure where scientific know-how and plain common sense prevail during several weeks that could drastically affect the future of bioterrorism and the world.
A reviewer, recently said: "If you like mystery and intrigue, you will like this book. It kept my attention and I read the book in a week-end, Â The storyline is all too possible and the author's attention to detail served to underscore its realism. Â I believe this book would make an excellent movie."
Dr. Doug Hanson writes extensively for law enforcement, emergency medical services, and first responder magazines on a variety of topics including; biological/chemical agent attacks, car bombs, computer analysis, forensic analysis, crime scene investigation, etc. He has written and published a number of short stories and was named "Writer of the Month" (Oct. 2004) by Fictionaddiction.net.
Dr. Doug Hanson
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