Replicator Run

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Fawcett Gold Medal, 1997 - Virus outbreak - 340 pages
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The innocent die first. A boy in rural Washington State. A girl in Macon, Georgia. Their skin blistered. Their nervous systems fried. Their hopes of recovery: none.
The most sophisticated laboratories in the world soon discover the horrifying truth: the virus is man-made. What they must race to learn is why this microbe, called a replicator, was specifically created for a human host. The replicator enters cells, kills them, duplicates, and moves on . . . to another host. And twelve cases today will be thirty thousand tomorrow--a replicator run that will put the entire United States at risk for destruction.
Devin Parks is a reporter on the edge. Since his marriage crashed, chasing news seems pointless . . . until he realizes the devastating consequences of the outbreak. Suddenly, here is a story worth caring about. As Parks searches desperately for the man responsible for the outbreak, he uncovers a conspiracy that reaches from a luxurious corporate boardroom to the Sudan, from the mysteries of microbiology to an assassin's brutal art. But nothing he finds prepares him for a cure that may just be worse than the disease. . . .

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Rainer Rey has been a successful advertising executive producer for two decades. He writes scripts, directs film and television, casts talent for his own productions, and composes music for film. He has also been an on-camera TV personality and a singer/songwriter performing in concerts and clubs throughout the United States, including Nevada's Silver Circuit (Las Vegas' Caesar's Palace and Harrah's Tahoe). Mr. Rainer currently lives on Orcas Island, Washington, and runs an advertising production company in nearby Seattle.

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