|Slatewiper (2003) [Novel]|
by Lewis Perdue
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(From the publisher):
*FACT: Bioweapons designers are developing deadly, genetically engineered, life-forms triggered by race- and ethnic-related genes.
*FACT: DNA analysis shows that the human race has come close to extinction in the past.
*QUESTION: Will "Slatewiper" bring the human race to the brink of extinction again?
When Lara Blackwood, a brilliant genetic engineer, receives a call asking for her help in solving a ghastly epidemic in Tokyo, she's happy to do what she can. To her horror she discovers that her life's work has been perverted to produce a revolutionary new genetic weapon that kills by turning people's own ethnic-related chromosomes against them. Humanity's clock is ticking as Lara struggles against staggering odds to expose the conspiracy behind "Slatewiper"--before a nightmarish terrorist scheme threatens the entire human race with extinction!
Original title: Slatewiper
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Technothrillers