The Inheritors by Michael A. Smith

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Jeremiah the Terrorist Prophet has developed a genetically engineered, virulent variation of the flu virus, and found the perfect delivery vehicle--the hundreds of millions of migratory birds that circle the globe each year. His followers, including dissident military units and sympathizers from all around the world, have received a vaccine and stand ready to reestablish Eden after the "earthly garden" is weeded. God ordained the apocalypse in his Revelation to Jeremiah. The Prophet tries to recruit his two adult sons to the effort, but they have strong ties to the terrorist's archenemies, Steve Wallace and Laura Delaney. The action is fast and furious in this conclusion to the Jeremiah Trilogy, a ripped-from-the-headlines look at all aspects of terrorism in our time.

About Michael A. Smith

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Smith has worked as a journalist and a congressional aide.
Published January 1, 2000 by Michael A. Smith. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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and looking for ways to perpetuate his work after he’s gone.

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As Jeremiah imagines ways to impose his rule, the antiterrorist Gemini Group, led by Jeremiah's former lover Laura Delaney and her new husband, Steve Wallace, are trying to devise ways to derail the evil prophet's master plan, while Jeremiah and Laura's twin 18-year-old sons get caught in the mid...

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