Lethal Exposure (Craig Kreident, #3)
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At Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Illinois -- Fermilab -- Nobel candidate Georg Dumenco is bombarded with enough radiation to kill him within days.FBI Special Agent Craig Kreident knows it was no accident -- but he has to prove it. Only Dumenco knows enough to track down his own killers. If he tires long enough...

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Paperback, 290 pages
Published July 1st 1998 by Ace
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Jim
Another fine novel by K.J.Anderson and Doug Beason. This is the second one I have read with one more to go. This is listed a science fiction, but is really a murder mystery/detective story. The science involved here is real.

Takes place at Fermi Accelerator Lab in Illinois, present day. A scientist is fried by radiation while doing an experiment. At the same time, a nearby building is blown up. Are they connected?

The recurring main character, an FBI agent who specializes in difficult scientific i...more
Jim
This is part of a great trilogy: Virtual Destruction, Fallout, and Lethal Exposure. They are independent stories with the same main character.

I read Lethal Exposure first and it turns out to be the one I like best.

Although classified as Sci Fi (perhaps because the authors, Kevin J Anderson and Doug Beason are known for Hard Sci Fi), these are Mysteries, very smart mysteries.

In Lethal Exposure, FBI Special Agent Craig Kreident is called in to solve a murder. Who does he talk to first? The Victim....more
Malcolmaffleck
A very straightforward mystery novel, where you know the main 'villain' right from the very start. He's not a villain as such instead of a slightly idiotic person - one of my main issues with the book is that he is somewhat foolish (particularly as he is meant to be a scientist) not to realise what the p-bars will be for! Aside from that, a fairly average mystery with nothing much else.
Chris Wilson
I know quite a bit about Fermilab, and so a lot of the settings were a bit hard to swallow for me.
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Pseudonyms: Gabriel Mesta, K.J. Anderson

He has written spin-off novels for Star Wars, StarCraft, Titan A.E., and The X-Files, and is the co-author of the Dune prequels. His original works include the Saga of Seven Suns series and the Nebula Award-nominated Assemblers of Infinity. He has also written several comic books including the Dark Horse Star Wars collection Tales of the Jedi written in coll...more
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