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Scorpion by Michael R. Linaker
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Responsible environmentalists and media against the evil nuclear power plant establishment. Radiation leak! Mutant scoprions swarm (in England!!). Death and horror follow. Close minded doctors fail to acknowlege the threat! The beautiful woman and couragous doctor take on the establishment! The classic 1960's formula; was it really written in 1980?
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The colony of deadly scorpions at Long Point Nuclear Plant was eradicated. Or so people thought... Over a year later, entomologist Miles Ranleigh receives a worrying telephone call. A man has been fatally poisoned by toxic venom, identical to the Long Point scorpions' - but far more powerful. Miles and his companion Jill Ansty must race to destroy the fresh infestation. But this is a new strain of scorpion. Mutated and irradiated, they're larger, more savage - and infected with a deadly virus fatal to humans. And they're breeding...… (more)

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