Retail Simon & Schuster 1994
CS ISBN 0671506986 $17.00 Two cassettes
Move over, Stephen King--Richard Preston's got a thing or two to show you about horror! What's more, this is a true story. It's the late 1980's, and Ebola Fever, an African virus with a 90% kill rate, breaks out in a research facility in the suburbs of the nation's capital. A biohazard SWAT team from the U.S. Army must secretly decontaminate the place. Writer Preston's sensationalistic treatment of this deadly situation is echoed in McGillin's reading. McGillin's narration is clear and gripping as he delivers straightforward characterizations of the book's anti-microbial heroes. E.K.D. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 95]
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