Tag Archives: influenza fiction

Don’t mess with bird flu: THE HAN AGENT by Amy Rogers

I am pleased to announce the release of my third science thriller novel, The Han Agent. The book has gotten some rave reviews from early readers, and I’m so excited to share this book with you, the ScienceThrillers.com audience, for whom … Continue reading

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Autoimmune flu: EE Giorgi on science of new SciThri IMMUNITY, part of APOCALYPSE WEIRD

E.E. Giorgi is one smart cookie, a scientist and a writer (after my own heart). At her blog she explores fascinating science + fiction topics, and she writes speculative science fiction thrillers with real science in the concept. She has a … Continue reading

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Contagion movie update: NY Times publishes first review

Click here for the review. Sounds like the filmmakers paid assiduous attention to scientifically-accurate detail.  This movie will NOT be another ignorant microbiology mashup like Outbreak. Viruses killing people aren’t the only way microbes can wreak havoc on society.  What … Continue reading

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Latest book review: The Things That Keep Us Here by Carla Buckley

(out of 5 stars) Year published: 2010 Category: science thriller (sort of) Tech rating (out of 5):

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