by N.J. Croft
A plane carrying a Russian biochemist crashes in the Alaskan wilderness with no survivors.
A code-red alert on a buried CIA file raises whispers of a now-defunct military bioweapon: Project Snowcap.
The world’s leading CRISPR virologist, Doctor Elijah Vance, hovers on the edge of a breakthrough that will alter humanity at its most fundamental level.
And in a remote village in Mexico, an unknown disease is spreading.
Following the death of his missionary parents to an Ebola outbreak when he was a young child, Eli has dedicated his life to finding a cure for all viruses. Drafted onto the WHO rapid response team sent to lock down a possible outbreak in Mexico, he realizes that this is the big one they’ve been waiting for. Disease X: the unknown pathogen with the potential to destroy mankind.
It’s a battle of man against virus. And we’re losing. As the deaths mount and civilization breaks down, the team must race against the clock to connect the clues and uncover patient zero. But Eli is unprepared for the shocking secrets he exposes when the truth is finally revealed.
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by DS Kumar
Romantic Guerrilla is about a bad-boy entrepreneur taking on a corrupt billionaire. It’s a satirical novel, set in contemporary and urban India featuring a love triangle, ensemble cast and a revenge psychological drama. Its episodic narrative is comparable to Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club and Vikas Swarup’s Q&A (Slumdog Millionaire).
Subash Bodhi runs the show in style at Guerrilla, an energy drink startup in Bangalore. He gets into a power struggle with a billionaire investor Prakash Bhasani, who is the heir of family-run Bhasani group. As the power battle escalates, he gets kicked out of his startup. He comes back for justice with a guerrilla army to humiliate Bhasani group family, using social, political and system hacks.
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Category: Thrillers – Psychological
Servant of the Skull
by Edita A. Petrick
The moment Gia’s hands touch a skull, the living history of the skull’s owner bursts inside her head. Indeed, for as long as her hands rest on the skull, she is a prisoner of its life-history. When she receives a field assignment in Greece to reconstruct skulls of three victims who perished in a plane crash, she thinks it’s just for identification purposes. But nothing could have prepared her for the kind of situation she walks into. There are just as many family members who want her to do her job as there are those who’ll stop at nothing to prevent it. When the skulls prove to be fake, and a woman’s body is found on the bottom of the cliff, Gia knows the killer would rather see her dead than let her confirm the victims’ identity.
But that’s not what worries her at all. The most worrisome thing is that everyone who has arrived at the cliff-top monastery to wait for Gina to finish her job, stands only to gain a great deal from identification of the victim’s skull. There is no one, but absolutely no one, who stands to lose if the skull proves to be that of the deceased patriarch. So why is someone trying to sabotage Gina’s reconstructive work…?
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