Ludlum, Robert - The Hades Factor. BCA, 2000. Hades is the name of a seemingly unbeatable doomsday virus. For three frantic days, scientists in the US government laboratory have been trying to unlock the virus's secrets as people across the continent die in escruciating agony. Meanwhile, Lt. Col. Jonathan 'Jon' Smith, MD, is summoned to a clandestine meeting in the dark of night in a Washington DC park with his oldest friend, an FBI agent. Suddenly attacked, smith escapes home to find the woman he loves dying of a virus. Smith is a surgeon and career soldier with intelligence training. Assigned to the army's high security Hot Zone institute at Fort Detrick, Maryland, he quickly uncovers evidence that his lover's death was no accident. Everywhere he turns for information, Smith is stopped by forces he can't see or name. Convinced she was murdered, he turns rogue to find the killer. Joining up with a beautiful CIA agent, he uncovers a horrifying plot to infect millions with a deadly pandemic. ... (flap). 8" x 5", 432pp, black cloth, silver blocking, hardback. Small bump to lower-edge of front-board; very good minus; complete with good (edge-wear) wrapper.
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