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Vector:  Tradecraft: Phase Zero : Michael Shusko

Creating fear within the United States is nothing new to those in Homeland Security or anyone in counterintelligence. There are many sleeper cells in our country and some members of different terrorist groups manage to infiltrate our companies, are educated in our schools and then take orders from those they are affiliated with in order to take us down. But, what happens when biomedical researcher Jawad Khattib is on to something that would radically impact our safety and kill millions of Americans? His research is so outlandish and dangerous that before he realizes the impact it has had on his own body, the illnesses he felt and the fact that he could barely breathe, this researcher enters the ER of Massachusetts General Hospital, and dies right there on the spot. Speculation has it that he died from radiation poisoning according the preliminary autopsy report. But, when working the DHS Agent

Lee Jansen and toxicologist Dr. Emma Hess both realizing that there is more to this case and his death than they are aware of. Test, cultures, scans, x-rays, blood work and a thorough autopsy and there are many anomalies and nuances that do not add up drawing their attention to the fact that perhaps he was creating a dirty bomb. In that case DHS and other counterterrorist organizations will become involved. Leaving Boston and rushed to help Emma Hess both soon realize the bond between them both intellectually and professionally. As resident Manny Ortiz in the ER is well versed in radiation poisoning due to his time in Iraq,  a horrible fact might just be discovered as he and Emma are inclined to believe that there is much more here than just a dirty bomb and radiation poisoning. WAIT UNTIL YOU LEARN THE TRUTH. THIS BOOK WILL MAKE READERS REALLY THINK. FRAN LEWIS

 

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