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Carriers by Patrick Lynch

Carriers (1995)

by Patrick Lynch

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A shipment of Indonesian monkeys arrives in the U.S. and they are found to be infected with an Ebola-type virus. It's scary enough, but what is even scarier is that Lt. Col. Carmen Travis, a U.S. Army pathologist, traces the origin of the virus to a research project on U.S. soil.



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Patrick Lynch has written a fast paced, action packed, terrifying, page turner of a novel with his vision of an infectious ebola type virus gone airborne. This book is definitely one of the scariest books I've ever read! What makes this novel so frightening is the very real possibility that something like this could really happen. Lynch grabs you by the hand and not only shows you the way, but shoves you in the path of death. A must read for any one who has ever dared to be scared. ( )
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