This science-based thriller from Wil Mara will chill you to your core
The unknown virus kills in four days. By the time the first bodies are found, it’s too late. Thousands are already sick. Already dying.
Supermarket shelves go bare, police roadblocks are set up, and people disappear—some fleeing the illness, others quietly suffering behind locked doors. Dennis Jensen fears that his family will be next. They break quarantine to seek safety in an isolated cabin high in the hills.
Dr. Michael Beck of the Centers for Disease Control is one of the world’s premier epidemiologists. This new virus is right up his alley. But it’s moving so fast . . . . Other countries are trying desperately to keep the infection out, even threatening to blow American passenger planes out of the sky.
Together with Cara Porter, his goth-punk assistant, Beck drives into the heart of the seething “hot zone,” searching for answers. Is the disease natural or man-made? Is it something that escaped from a research lab or is it a deliberate terrorist attack?
Dennis Jensen’s world is about to collapse. Because his wife is about to turn to him and say, “Honey, I don’t feel well . . . .”
“Irwin Allen’s disaster films meet Stephen King’s The Stand. A scary notion.”—Booklist
“A chilling and horrific outbreak story. If you're a fan of Outbreak, The Hot Zone, and Contagion (the movie), you'll love Gemini Virus.”—No More Grumpy Bookseller
Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Wil Mara's thriller novel The Gemini Virus. It starts with a sneeze, it kills in four days, and there is no cure...
“A terrifying tale of a mysterious lethal outbreak that starts in a smalltown community and quickly goes global. Thank your lucky stars the scenario is fictional!
”—Dr. Elinor Levy, Associate Professor of Microbiology at Boston University School of Medicine; author, The New Killer Diseases
“A chilling scenario . . . a fast-paced and immensely entertaining story. Thrilling and eerie. Once you open the front cover, you will not be able to put it down."
—Dr. Martinez J. Hewlett, co-author of Basic Virology