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The Blackpox Threat

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A deadly virus is on its way to Canada. This alarming news reaches the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) via the Ukrainian Embassy in Ottawa. The only information they have are the virus's source: a dismantled lab in the Carpathian Mountains and the suspected shipping company, "Ship Me Safely."

CSIS asks Tamara Smith, the daughter of murdered political refugees
Paperback, 414 pages
Published August 3rd 2010 by Old Line Publishing
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I actually liked the premise of this novel - a potential virus that is a combination between small pox/ebola that threatens humanity. We don't know who is doing this or why ? Up to the task to find out is an amateur spy recruited by the Canadian Spy Agency. It started off well until the end where I felt the story started to fall apart. Scenario's and situations became unrealistic and it almost feels ' rushed ' to finish the novel for whatever reason i.e. - deadline and/or lack direction, etc. at ...more
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I always wanted to be a storyteller. At recess time I gathered some of my schoolmates and entertain them with stories—some of my own, others just summaries of books I read. My life, however, took a different turn, and I ended up following a career in information technology (as Professor Irene Gargantini). This over, I reverted to my old passion: plotting intrigues and mysteries and creating romant ...more

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