Thursday, June 17, 2010

TSI:The Influenza Bomb by Paul McCusker and Walt Larimore M.D.

The Influenza Bomb
Paul McCusker and Walt Larimore, M.D.
Howard Jun 1 2010, $14.99
ISBN: 9781416569756


Siberian hospitals are overrun with people dying from a disease that appears uncannily like the Spanish Flu of 1918. When Dr. Susan Hutchinson from the World health Organization and a top-secret group of government scientists arrive, they are met with a stubborn Russian bureaucracy determined to ignore the problem.

Despite their lack of cooperation, Dr. Hutchinson learns that the outbreak began with a professor names Weigel—who has now disappeared. The scientists, including mark Carlson and Nora Richards from TSI: The Gabon Virus, search for a means of dealing with the outbreak and for Weigel himself, who seems to have been in collusion with the head of Return to Earth, a notorious eco-terrorist group.

When Weigel is killed during a kidnapping attempt, Return to Earth makes off with a mysterious device called the Influenza Bomb, which has the potential to destroy all of mankind. In a race against time—with the entire world at stake—Dr. Hutchinson must stop Return to Earth from spreading the contamination.


Dr. Walt Larimore has appeared on Focus on the Family’s Health radio show. Also, the Colorado-based physician has appeared on the Today Show, CBS Early Morning and CNN. As a medical journalist from 1996 to 2001, Dr. Larimore hosted over 850 episodes of “Ask the Family Doctor” show.

Paul McCusker, a playwright and director, has been involved with an amazing list of credits—too long a list to mention here. Since 1988, McCusker has written over 300 half-hour episodes of Odyssey for Focus on the Family. His musical “A time for Christmas” earned a Dove award nomination. He is now Creative Director for Focus on the Family.
Thank you Rebecca at Glass Road PR for my review copy.


Anonymous said...

So, what's your opinion about the book?

Bookfool said...

Ooooh, envy! I didn't realize the latest TSI book is available. I loved the first book and look forward to your review. How are you doing, Brittanie? The heat is really something, isn't it?

CherryBlossomMJ said...

What did you think about the book? I loved it, but I also loved The Gabon Virus too. I'm really loving this series and look forward to more. I hope it is more than a trilogy and will just continue for a long while.

You can see my review here:

And BTW. Thanks for being a part of FIRST. - FIRST Assistant Director

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