Suicide terrorists gained control of the aircraft of 9/11 by cutting throats with knives and box cutters. Here's another surprise.
Now they have a deadly new strain of swine flu.
A pharmaceutical profiteer has recruited a bent, egotistical scientist and a merciless terrorist to experiment on human subjects. At a secret camp hidden in Northern Ontario, using a low-tech method available to anyone, they are cultivating a lethal virus that will kill millions of people.
Businessman Morris Parker, ex-soldier, and his ex-army friends intervene in a robbery at the Cumberland Arms pub. In self-defense, Morris kills a young gang member who is shooting at him. A corrupt cop charges Morris with murder. The cop is delivering homeless people to the secret camp.
To save himself, Morris must uncover a plan for mass murder, and he cannot turn to the public authorities for help. Morris and friends face bureaucracy, corruption, and incompetence in a series of early defeats. The more they learn, the greater the danger.
In this game, Morris and his team must go all-in, and ultimately choose between self-preservation and self-sacrifice. The world faces a frightening new weapon of mass destruction.
Have our public authorities learned enough from 9/11 to prevent a recurrence? Morris and friends learn the unfortunate truth.
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About the Author
In a multi-faceted career, Jim has been a military man, teacher, and businessman. He has a passion for photography, drumming, songwriting and most recently, attempting to become a novelist.
In a former life, Jim commanded an infantry platoon in CFB Gagetown.
Jim was also a competitive combat rifle shooter, and worked in Ottawa and Kingston as a Signals Officer pioneering in tactical use of command and control information systems.
Jim Miles founded Enterprise Information Systems Inc. in 1991, and continues as president today. Jim has established and led dynamic teams for business administration, technical support, consulting, information systems development, career-transition training and courseware development. Jim also owns EIS Canada Inc, which holds and operates an 8600 square foot office building in Orléans, Ontario. In addition to proven strategic planning, corporate leadership, and management skills, Jim has extensive information systems design, project management, application development and problem-solving abilities and experience.
Jim lives in Orléans, Ontario with his wife and business partner Thérèse, and their three daughters.
On Wednesday nights, Jim can usually be found at the Tartan Pub with his beer buddies Jacques, Ed and several real people.