The Armageddon Strain
A plague has been unleashed that could lead to the end of the world. After her father's sudden death, Dr. Maggie Taylor begins a journey that will determine the fate of the world. As an avian flu epidemic grips the...
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A plague has been unleashed that could lead to the end of the world. After her father's sudden death, Dr. Maggie Taylor begins a journey that will determine the fate of the world. As an avian flu epidemic grips the country, a mysterious package arrives in Taylor's office--a computer with an encoded message of doom. Maggie is in the midst of a vast conspiracy--a key player in the fight against a demonic plot to bring on Armageddon. Who can she trust? Andrew Ryder, an old high school friend, who now works for the government? Dr. Hank Meier, a virtual stranger, trying hard to win Taylor's friendship? The Barneyites, a group of social misfits steeped in conspiracy theory? As she unravels the clues surrounding her father's death, Maggie will venture deep into enemy territory. She must learn how her father's untimely death is linked to the deaths of nearly two dozen other scientists and the truth behind a doomsday weapon known only as the BioStrain chip. Will she discover the truth in time?
Born in the rolling hills of southern Indiana to Appalachian parents, Sharon brings a rich heritage to her writing. A childhood spent wandering along crooked streams and dancing in meadows, coupled with a degree in molecular biology and a short career in opera, have created a patchwork personality that feels at home with many genres. Sharon has lived here, there, and everywhere, preferring her native Indiana to all other lands. While living in Indianapolis, Sharon, whose name was then Sharon Ferguson, sang jingles with the likes of Sandi Patty and Steve Greene, through whom she met David Clyde