|Aftershock (1987) [Novel]|
by Robert W. Walker
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(From the publisher):
The Mutant: In a secret laboratory beneath L.A.'s streets, a group of top scientist worked on the ultimate biological weapon...daring to create what humans were never meant to know...
The Monster: Then the earthquake hit. Its epicenter: downtown L.A., a city now filled with twisted steel and mangled flesh—and terror. Because from its sterile laboratory, something unspeakable had been freed...
The Plague: Drs. Mike McCain and lovely Casey Sterns worked feverishly to save the quake survivors mysteriously dying from a new, alien disease. But no disease could account for some of the corpses—mutilated, headless, horrible. And no medicine could stop the thing hiding in the rubble, watching, reaching out with bloodstained claws for the unsuspecting, the injured...or for you.
Original title: Aftershock
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Medical Horror & Evil Science