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HarperCollins Publishers, Sep 30, 1993 - Yellowstone National Park - 352 pages
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A tanker truck carrying a toxic virus crashes in crowded Yellowstone National Park. In a plan to contain and cover up the damage, an army of assassins is ordered to track down and terminate all who have come in contact with the plague. A park ranger leads a small band of survivors in a desperate bid to escape.

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The premise of this eco-thriller is simple and scary. The U.S. government, in collusion with private industry, is manufacturing the tools for biological warfare and shipping them around the country ... Read full review

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Oh please...a vet? a mountain lion that lives in a large cave? This book is not a story but a fairy tale. Two stars is generous! Read full review

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Les Standiford is the director of the creative writing program at Florida International University. He has lived in Miami since 1981.

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