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The Marburg Mutation

Unit 1 Series, Book 4
Narrated by: Paul J. McSorley
Series: The Unit 1 Series, Book 4
Length: 8 hrs and 30 mins
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At the death of fabled CIA operative Bud (Fisher) Liljigren, field agent Adam Zak and his tech-savvy partner, Dreu Sason, are recruited to lead the agency’s deep-cover Unit 1.

When Fisher’s former lover from his service days in Norway alerts the unit of renewed secret activity in what was once a WW II Nazi experimental lab, Zak recruits a brilliant but disaffected FBI agent, Janet McIntire, to replace him in the field and lead the investigation. 

As McIntire inserts herself into the life of Alesund, Norway, as the visiting great-niece of Fisher’s wartime lover, word circulates through the international intelligence community that a weaponized strain of the deadly Marburg virus is on the market to be auctioned to the highest bidder. 

Following a devastating demonstration of the virus’s phenomenal kill rate, McIntire and the Unit 1 team race international buyers to identify the seller, destroy the Marburg mutation, and prevent a potential global catastrophe. 

The Marburg Mutation is the fourth book of the popular Unit 1 series that features The Shield of Darius and The Weavers of Meanchey.

©2016 Kent Farnsworth (P)2019 Kent Farnsworth

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  • 12-10-19

Fascinating and Frightening!

The Marburg Mutation by Allen Kent pulled me in immediately. The concept of biological weapons is terrifying, and in some parts of the world a reality. The book is written with various threads woven together to get the big picture. Paul J. McSorely was incredible bringing the story to life. I could hear the various characters, and the emotions were spot on.

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Extreme

This book involves a team trying to keep a biological weapon from falling into the hands of those who might use it. In the process it covers the actions of multiple people who are involved directly and indirectly and weaves their stories into a whole.

The story is very well written and describes times of danger and times of romance. Solid writing that keeps you riveted to the story.

The narration is is also solid with very good range of voices and accents as appropriate. The characters are easy to identify and understand. There is no overboard fake accents nor high squeaky voices that are hard to understand.

This book was provided free of charge and this review was given without constraints.

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Bio Weapon

This is a realistic story about a bio weapon sought by many governments. The ebola like strain is for sale to the highest bidder. The US, both regular and clandestine agencies, rush to get it before rogue nations do. I was gifted this from the author.

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