As the city grinds to a halt, true-crime author Frank Corso is evacuated from his friend Meg Dougherty's first photographic exhibition. All too soon, he unwittingly establishes himself as a prime suspect in this deadly conspiracy. When Meg returns home to a terrifying scene of her own, Corso is hauled in by the police and quickly learns of one brutal death that could be linked to the impending destruction of thousands, perhaps millions, of innocent lives.
©2004 G.M. Ford; (P)2007 BBC Audiobooks Ltd
"Ford's intelligently constructed story, peopled with convincingly three-dimensional characters, gathers momentum like a runaway monorail car. You simply can't get off until the ride is over." (Booklist)
It had a good storyline. Not a lot about the virus. I did get the book thinking it would have more about that but never the less I found the story good enough to keep listening. >I enjoyed it a lot. reccomend to anyone who is after a book with a storyline you can keep up with. Not too complicated but not too light. If that makes sense !
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