For the Sake of Terror
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Date:6/21/2007 - Double Edge Press
By: John V. Tieso
It's an ordinary day in South Florida when two cars randomly collide on scenic route U.S. 1. This collision begins a chain of events that will threaten the entire United States with a plague of Biblical proportions. Bernie Minihan of the CIA is faced with several urgent tasks. First, identifying the strain of a highly contagious disease long thought eradicated from existence other than a few tightly controlled cultures in the U.S. and the old Soviet Bloc. Second, piecing together the trail of the cultures from high security onto the black market to release in the U.S. And third, identifying how many more cultures are unaccounted for and who is controlling them. John V. Tieso takes you on a riveting ride from the Centers of Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia, to the culture labs of Samarqand, Uzbekistan, to terrorist organizations in Cairo, Egypt, in France, and in the United States. He gives an insider's view of the new Homeland Security system in action from the top echelon of decision makers to the cop on the beat. He delves into the terrorist culture with the insight and knowledge of only someone with his experience could render and gives the reader a full understanding of what could easily transpire on any given day. Includes a Foreword by Vin Weber, Member of Congress (1981-1993) R-MN