Labyrinth of Terror by Richard P. Wenzel

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Terror reigns when a string of post-op infections erupts in the sanitized halls of King s College Hospital in London. A trio of experts--Microbiology Professor Chris Rose, Jake Evans, an American infectious disease specialist, and Elizabeth Foster, a senior agent with M15--soon realize that the offending organism is a weapon in a worldwide terrorist plot. The terrorists turn their focus on an upcoming medical-legal conference, hoping to infect hundreds and subsequently ravage the global community, as well as those very doctors who might be able to find a cure. Author and physician Richard Wenzel takes us on a riveting, winding journey through Europe and the Middle East, unravels the science of infections, and opens a revealing window on the complex politics of medicine.

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Richard Wenzel is a physician and former chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia (VCU) in Richmond, Virginia, and like his character, Chris Evans, is an authority on infectious diseases. Dr. Wenzel draws on his medical knowledge and worldwide experience to tell a story that takes us into the ailing heart of today's political and social realities. This is his first novel.
Published September 1, 2010 by Brandylane Publishers, Inc.. 220 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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