The Devil's Workshop: A Novel

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Harper Collins, Nov 7, 2000 - Fiction - 448 pages
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In the bowels of a super-secret bio-weapons lab in Maryland, doom in its most insidious form is being refined.

They told USC grad student Stacy Richardson that the death of her noted microbiologist husband was suicide, but nothing will convince her of that. Now only her own death will keep her from the truth...

They told "Lucky" Cunningham he was doing his patriotic duty, but not about the terrible plague he was bringing home with him from the war. Now, with nothing more in his life to lose, he's riding the rails across America--straight into the heart of a nightmare too horrifying to contemplate...

White supremacist Reverand Fannon Kincaid told his hobo acolytes that one day their racial "enemies" would perish. Now he holds in his possession the unthinkable means to an unspeakable end...

Civilization's final drama is about to unfold--as busy hands construct doomsday at...

The Devil's Workshop

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Stacy Richardson is a feisty microbiology graduate student at the USC taking her final doctoral exams. in the middle of her "Quals" Stacy learns that her husband, head of the University's Microbiology ... Read full review

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"The devil's workshop" is the bioweapons program in Fort Dietrick, MD, where Stacy Richardson's microbiologist husband has just committed suicide. Poor Stacy is about to find out, with the help of two ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Stephen J. Cannell is the bestselling author of the political thriller The Plan and the psychothriller Final Victim, as well as the creator or co-creator of over forty television shows, including The Rockford Files, The A-Team, Wiseguy, andSilk Stalkings. He currently heads the Cannell Studios.

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