The 731 Legacy

The 731 Legacy

by Lynn Sholes, Joe Moore
The 731 Legacy

The 731 Legacy

by Lynn Sholes, Joe Moore

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Overview

It devastated the earth thousands of years ago. Its remnants are scattered across the human genome waiting to be reassembled into a deadly viral killer. Now a new generation of suicide bombers will use the virus to kill with something as innocent as a cough. Everyone is a target. No one can survive. Only one person can stop the heinous plot and its mastermind. Cotten Stone.

From the Amazon rainforest to the remote hills of West Virginia, to a secret passage beneath a medieval castle, to the darkest place on earth-North Korea-Cotten Stone must prevent the greatest threat to mankind since the Black Plague. In doing so, she uncovers Unit 731, the long-buried atrocity of WWII, exposes one of the most disturbing secrets in America's history, and pays the ultimate price-selling her soul to the Forces of Darkness.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940186609513
Publisher: Speaking Volumes
Publication date: 10/18/2022
Series: Cotten Stone Mysteries , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

As a native Floridian, Lynn Sholes was intrigued by the prehistoric people of Florida which birthed the seed ideas of her first six novels while writing as Lynn Armistead McKee. Now writing as Lynn Sholes, she has teamed up with Joe Moore writing international bestselling thrillers. Lynn has presented numerous fiction writing workshops and has been a writing trainer and coach for schools in Broward and Citrus County, Florida. She now writes full-time from her home in the Sunshine State. Visit her website at lynnsholes.com.

Joe Moore is a former marketing and communications executive and two-time EMMY® winner with 25 years’ experience in the television postproduction industry. He has written articles for national and international trade magazines covering the field of professional sound recording and video. As a freelance writer, he reviewed fiction for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the Florida Times-Union, and the Tampa Tribune. Joe is president emeritus of the International Thriller Writers. He writes full time from his home on the banks of the Blackwater River near Pensacola, FL. Visit his website at joe-moore.com.

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