Stephen Coonts' Deep Black: Biowar - Stephen Coonts & Jim DeFelice

Stephen Coonts' Deep Black: Biowar

By Stephen Coonts & Jim DeFelice

  • Release Date: 2004-05-16
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Stephen Coonts' Deep Black: Biowar book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 41 Ratings)

Stephen Coonts' Deep Black: Biowar Stephen Coonts & Jim DeFelice Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

In Stephen Coonts's Deep Black: Biowar, cowritten with Jim DeFelice, Dr. James Kegan, a world-renowned scientist specializing in germ warfare, has vanished from his upstate New York home. But this is no ordinary missing-persons case. Kegan has left behind an unidentified dead man with a .22 caliber hole in his skull-and a contact trail that leads to an alleged terrorist cell.

Unraveling the mystery is a job for Kegan's best friend, NSA operative Charlie Dean. His mission is to infiltrate the scientist's circle of associates and decipher Kegan's confidential research. Dispatched to cover Charlie is Delta Force trooper Lia Francesca. The trail leads them to the core of a widespread killer fever that's been dormant for centuries-and its link to a virus that's quickly spreading victim by victim. With time running out Charlie and Lia must find Kegan, uncover his secrets, cut a terrorist threat to the quick, and stop the unimaginable outbreak of a new biological nightmare.

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User reviews about this book

  • Great author... To many grammatical errors in the ebok

    By Wstrnman1
    Stephen Coonts is an amazing author who paints pictures with his words. With that being said, I can't believe the numerous amount of errors in the ebook. The word the appears many times as the word "die". This is what stands out most to me. I would love the opportunity to edit these ebooks for you before they are published. Thanks for the great books Stephen. I would love a response back about the grammatical errors.

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