The Persian Viper

The Persian Viper

Author: G. B. Mooney

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595211081

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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The Persian Viper transports you into the desperate action of an American team that is attempting to stop terrorist contamination of US water supply systems. The lives if two men from divergent cultures intersect in a chilling conspiracy. The victor will determine if millions of Americans live or die. An Iraqi microbiologist is devastated by events in Baghdad during the Persian Gulf War. Driven from his Muslim faith, he embarks on a demonic mission of revenge. He obtains employment in the US Center for Disease Control, growing deadly viruses. His Iraqi team assembles a lab in the US to grow a small amount of stolen deadly virus into enough to contaminate the water supply systems of major US cities. The Iraqi plot is discovered. An American team is quickly organized and frantically attempts to derail the fast moving terrorist plot. Th population of eight major cities is in jeopardy. Can the Americans make the correct decisions, contain the Iraqi and seize the deadly virus before it is deployes?
The Persian Viper
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Authors: G. B. Mooney
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2001-01 - Publisher: iUniverse

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