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Sleeper Cell

Sleeper Cell

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by Jeffrey Anderson

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It starts in an L.A. emergency room. Fourteen cases of fever, chills, and unexplainable bleeding. Fourteen deaths.


Then the Pentagon website is breached and a warning is posted -- of a plague being unleashed on the infidels. For the members of Biodefense, the nation's top-secret agency against bioterrorism,

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Sleeper Cell 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
An interesting premise, but the characters are poorly developed and so unreal that it really detracts from the plot. There are also too many of them, so I had to constantly refer back to the first page to figure out who was who. It kept me going, but because of the above detractors, I couldn't really lose myself in it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had a hard time getting into this book; however, about mid-way through...it got good. Very likely scenario...quite scary!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I haven't read the whole book I just brought it two days ago, and I must say it's really interesting. And I, myself is a mirco-biology kind of guy, and for most stories the main( most interesting) part is like in the middle of the book, which I will be bored to death by then. But this book is different. I can't wait what other novels he will publish.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For his first book, Jeffrey Anderson did a fabulous job. This book is so riveting and exciting, it was all that I thought about while I read it. I, in particular, love science so this book was absolutely perfect for me. I can't wait for Anderson's next book to be published. Michael Crichton and Robin Cook make way, there's a new kid on the block