The Homeland Directive

The Homeland Directive

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by Robert Venditti
     
 

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As head of the National Center for Infectious Diseases, Dr. Laura Regan isone of the world's foremost authorities on viral and bacteriological study.Having dedicated her career to halting the spread of infectious disease, she hasalways considered herself one of the good guys. But when her research partner ismurdered and Laura is blamed for the crime, she finds

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As head of the National Center for Infectious Diseases, Dr. Laura Regan isone of the world's foremost authorities on viral and bacteriological study.Having dedicated her career to halting the spread of infectious disease, she hasalways considered herself one of the good guys. But when her research partner ismurdered and Laura is blamed for the crime, she finds herself at the heart of avast and deadly conspiracy. Aided by three rogue federal agents who believe thegovernment is behind the frame-up, Laura must evade law enforcement,mercenaries, and a team of cyber-detectives who know more about her life thanshe does all while trying to expose a sinister plot that will impact thelives of every American.Set in the Orwellian present, The Homeland Directive is a modern-daypolitical/medical thriller from Robert Venditti (creator & writer of theNew York Times bestselling graphic novel TheSurrogates).

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Library Journal
When the head of the National Center for Infectious Diseases is fingered wrongly for murder, she's gotta go rogue to find the real bad guys-who have a megaplot going that affects the entire country. A political/medical thriller for everybody who made it through the 18 volumes of Monster, rooting for the innocent doctor with the law on his tail. Spare, realistic art with striking color wash linked to plot elements. Venditti is known for the well-regarded sci-fi police procedural, The Surrogates.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781603090247
Publisher:
Top Shelf Productions
Publication date:
07/26/2011
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
14 - 17 Years

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