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In 1937, germ warfare is suspect as Ian Cooper, an expert in infectious pathology, is hired by the Federal Center for Disease Control and Prevention to investigate a contagious disease traced to the Arab world. Nodar Chamish, undercover agent for Donovan's Elite, knows differently. He reveals Hitler's plan to create a master race from an ancient gene discovered in the Sudan. The dangerous and beautiful Alexander Christie, the ultimate German biomedical creation, stalks Cooper with dangerous intent. After ...

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Overview

In 1937, germ warfare is suspect as Ian Cooper, an expert in infectious pathology, is hired by the Federal Center for Disease Control and Prevention to investigate a contagious disease traced to the Arab world. Nodar Chamish, undercover agent for Donovan's Elite, knows differently. He reveals Hitler's plan to create a master race from an ancient gene discovered in the Sudan. The dangerous and beautiful Alexander Christie, the ultimate German biomedical creation, stalks Cooper with dangerous intent. After Germany's defeat, Dr. Leslie Mbuta investigates the secreted Kremlin Files captured from Germany in W.W.II and discovers a deadly secret.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781592867325
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 11/3/2003
  • Pages: 171
  • Product dimensions: 5.86 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.69 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2004

    Movie Material

    Although Anubis Rex is purportedly fictional, one wonders at the many coincidences in it between today¿s turmoil and the book's plot. Germ warfare, infectious diseases, Muslims, gene manipulation, white supremacy: subjects not unknown to us. Mears' novel opens in 1936 but it could be 2004. A melodic modern fable that is no fairytale. Mears¿ language is so descriptive, his fast-paced plot so moving, one has a hard time putting the book down. Yet his complex, poetic narrative, character-driven as well as multi-charactered, forces the reader to concentrate, to think, to visit the chapters more than once. A fresh concept in today¿s simplistic, formulaic offering of novels. To me, this exciting novel (a fable interwoven with historical fact and a taste of history repeating itself) would also make a fabulous film. Educational yet thoroughly entertaining. I truly hope to see a sequel soon!!

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