Ebola Holocaust


By Richard Brown

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The natural Ebola virus that turns internal organs into a liquefied mush is terrifying enough. Genetically engineered into an unseen and highly contagious airborne biological weapon it becomes a horrific nightmare. This dark novel, partly based on fact, starts in July 1944 when a brilliant scientist makes a solemn undertaking to Hitler to complete the extermination of Jews through revolutionary germ warfare. His first step is to dispatch by U-boat a handful of Jewish concentration camp prisoners accompanied by their SS guards to a remote uninhabited island off the north coast of Scotland. From there the chilling mission progresses to secret laboratories deep within the Soviet Union, to the steamy jungles of the Congo, to a luxury resort island in the Maldives and finally to the current Islamic Republic of Iran. With time running out, Mossad agent David Rosen is tasked with preventing an unstoppable biological weapon being unleashed on mankind.

Ebola Holocaust