Plague by Gregg Luke 4.50 · Rating details · 2 ratings · 1 reviewProfessor Mitch Pine knows all too well the history of epidemics, so the startling new information he’s discovered has him racing to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta. Mitch has uncovered a startling pattern: dramatic environmental changes always occurred prior to devastating outbreaks, and current climate change may be such a catalyst. But before his plane lands, Mitch’s journey takes a terrifying turn. He is intercepted by a woman who represents a dangerous faction whose interest in Mitch’s research opposes his mission to save lives. To secure Mitch’s cooperation, his research assistant is being held hostage. With so many lives on the line, Mitch embarks on a turbulent trip around the world, uncovering pieces of the puzzle until he ultimately holds the key to prevent—or precipitate—global devastation. Unless he can find a way to stop the lunatics behind his abduction, a plague the likes of which the world has never known will be unleashed.
REVIEW by LAWonder10:
This is an action=packed novel based on factual evidence and events. This very talented author is also a pharmacist and includes his medical knowledge in his stories. His wife is also a very talented researcher. With the combination of these two amazing individuals, Gregg Luke has created one of his very best writings in 'Plague'
It is captivating scenario which very possibly can happen in the near future. I feel it would be beneficial to all to read this mystery/suspense novel.
Dr. Mitch Pine left his assistant, Kiana, in charge of the lab while he took a brief, yet vital, trip to share his findings with the CDC (Centers for Disease Control).
His coach ticket was switched to 1st Class, complement of the airlines.
As he neared his stop, he felt a hard, cold nozzle in his back. He was being kidnapped! The situation became more complicate and escape seemed hopeless.
The reader will be kept "on the edge of his/her seat" until the very end!
The Title is well-chosen and the Book Cover is eye-catching, while not accurately depicting the story, it is very "fitting:. The characters are captivatingly realistc and scenes easily visualized. te is also a lot of humor along with devasrating circumstances.
This earns a Five Stars rating.
*This book was gifted me by he publisher with no request for a positive review. This is my honest review.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Gregg Luke is a practicing pharmacist. He received his medical training at the University of Utah. He has been writing since he could put pen to paper. He enjoys medical thrillers and is one of the first to work this genre into the LDS market.
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