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Just as the Colonel gets his new bio-med lab, Cynthia, Mandy, and Rick fall ill. The Colonel then learns that the SEALs they dove with in the Atlantic are also sick. However, one of the SEALs got ill in public, and when he dies, the CDC tries to take over the Institute, and a conflict ensues between Admiral Cutworth and the chief CDC medical investigator who is a bit of an ass. And in the end, it's not an illness!

At the same time, the Colonel was in the process of defrosting the frozen boy found in the Atlantic on the same dive. The remaining team members pitch in to help and uncover shocking results. A great lie has to be concocted to put a public face on it.

©2017 Barbara Goldstein PhD (P)2017 Barbara Goldstein PhD

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  • Anson
  • Pasadena, CA, United States
  • 03-08-18

Yet again Dr, Goldstein has come up with

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

yes I would. Yet again, Dr. Goldstein has come up with an original story that is scientifically plausible.

What did you like best about this story?

Loved how it was all interconnected.

What about Barbara Goldstein’s performance did you like?

How she made me care for how the ill, characters were doing.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

How the character Linda deals with the Admiral.

Any additional comments?

I enjoyed how intellectually the book was written and read by Dr. Goldstein.