Blood Heat

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Grand Central Pub, 1989 - Fiction - 339 pages
A deadly epidemic rages out of control in America's heartland--an uncontainable virus capable of killing everyone on earth. Epidemiologist Orestes Bradley races to find a cure and uncovers a terrifying conspiracy inside the world of genetic engineering.

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Orestes Bradley, youthful director of the National Insitute for Infectious Diseases in Washington, is puzzled by three unconnected patients who all display symptoms of bubonic plague; and he himself ... Read full review

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