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The Shangri-La affair [short fiction] (edition 2009)

by Lavie Tidhar

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Title:The Shangri-La affair [short fiction]
Authors:Lavie Tidhar
Info:Web-published in: Strange Horizons January 2009
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An update of 'Apocalypse Now'. A nameless spook journeys to the heart of darkness in Laos, to Chong Leng, the old 'secret city' of the CIA, which is being fought over by bizarre artificial and gene-tweaked creatures, to release a virus known as Shangri-La. ( )
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