Book Tour: Pandora: Outbreak

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PANDORA: Outbreak
by Eric L. Harry
Genre: Science Fiction – pandemic
Pub Date: 1/23/2018
They call it Pandoravirus. It attacks the brain. Anyone infected may
explode in uncontrollable rage. Blind to pain, empty of emotion, the
infected hunt and are hunted. They attack without warning and without
mercy. Their numbers spread unchecked. There is no known cure.
Emma Miller studies diseases for a living-until she catches the virus.
Now she’s the one being studied by the U.S. government and by her
twin sister, neuroscientist Isabel Miller. Rival factions debate
whether to treat the infected like rabid animals to be put down, or
victims deserving compassion. As Isabel fights for her sister’s life,
the infected are massing for an epic battle of survival. And it looks
like Emma is leading the way . . .
Raised in a small town in Mississippi, Eric L. Harry graduated from
the Marine Military Academy in Texas and studied Russian and
Economics at Vanderbilt University, where he also got a J.D. and
M.B.A. In addition, he studied in Moscow and Leningrad in the USSR,
and at the University of Virginia Law School. He began his legal
career in private practice in Houston, negotiated complex
multinational mergers and acquisitions around the world, and rose to
be general counsel of a Fortune 500 company. He left to raise a
private equity fund and co-found a successful oil company. His
previous thrillers include Arc Light, Society of the Mind,
Protect and Defend and Invasion. His
books have been published in eight countries. He and his wife have
three children and divide their time between Houston and San Diego.
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2 thoughts on “Book Tour: Pandora: Outbreak

  1. Eric L. Harry says:

    I appreciate the opportunity you’ve given Outbreak, the first novel of my new Pandora series, in your blog. This series grew out of my attempt to create a scientifically plausible “zombie” uprising. They’re not reanimated dead; they suffer brain damage whose behavioral effects render them zombie-like. Only they’re still thinking humans, which makes them far more dangerous than mindless zombies. I hope you all enjoy.
    – Eric L. Harry

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