Airborne

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iUniverse, Oct 1, 2003 - Fiction - 252 pages
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" Airborne " is the first person account of a bio-terrorism threat on the United States, as told by FBI Special Agent Paul Brodin.

An airborne strain of the deadly Ebola virus, created by a team of Iranian scientists, with the help of demonic forces, has found its way to Hamas, a faction of the Islamic Resistance Movement. Hamas is planning its first terrorist attack on the United States.

Israel's famed intelligence agency, the Mossad, learns of the threat and alerts the United States. Israel then vows nuclear retaliation on Iran and any other Arab country for a biological attack on the United States, or itself.

FBI Special Agent Paul Brodin is asked to conduct a clandestine operation aimed at identifying and killing the Palestinian terrorists behind the Ebola plot. Only the President, the National Security Advisor and the Secretary of Defense are aware of the Ebola threat and conspire to conceal it from the American public.

Brodin seeks the help of a Mafia assassin in his quest to battle both human terrorists and the cosmic forces that torment him.

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