The Chameleon Variant
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by Carol K. Mack, David Ehrenfeld
     
 

Dr. Lieberman, a pediatrician, moves to a bucolic Connecticut town one summer when suddenly an outbreak of bizarre "accidents" begin. Some blame the so-called "crazy sickness" on the heat wave. Dr. Lieberman suspects a virus. As an epidemic of a mind-altering DNA virus takes over the town and contagion grows out of control, he uncovers a well-guarded secret in the

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Dr. Lieberman, a pediatrician, moves to a bucolic Connecticut town one summer when suddenly an outbreak of bizarre "accidents" begin. Some blame the so-called "crazy sickness" on the heat wave. Dr. Lieberman suspects a virus. As an epidemic of a mind-altering DNA virus takes over the town and contagion grows out of control, he uncovers a well-guarded secret in the local pharmaceutical lab.

"The pace is fast, concept frightening, the science convincing!"-Daily News

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595476138
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
11/19/2007
Pages:
268
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.61(d)

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The Chameleon Variant 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Bearsstar More than 1 year ago
When Dr. Lieberman moved to Sheffield, little did he know that the outbreak of strep among the children would be mild compared to the sudden outbreak of strange "accidents" that started happening. Most people felt is was the heat wave, but Dr. Liebeman suspects a virus. As a mind altering DNA virus takes over the town & the contagion grows out of control, he uncovers a well guarded secret that McGinnis Pharmaceutical Laboratories doesn't want anyone to know & will do what ever is necessary to protect. This is a well written book and it's scary to think that something like this could happen in real life. A must read book