Independence Day Plague
When he entered the remote compound, James Mitchell knew his family would live and work at the top secret Bio-Lab 4 military base for the rest of his career. Twenty-three years later, the biological weapons lab has become a political embarrassment and the Army is shutting it down. At the farewell celebration, Colonel Forrester decides the only way to keep the secrets safe is to kill everyone with one of their own homemade viruses. As the only survivor, Mitchell watches as his family and friends die writhing in agony. Now with his sanity to the breaking point, he wants revenge on the government that murdered his family and stole his life.
On July 4th, 2026, three million people flood into Washington DC for America’s 250th birthday celebration. Veteran cop, Michael Dorado heads the city’s anti-terrorism task force for the biggest party of the decade. On that morning, Mitchell send Dorado the message, “When the crowds are at their peak, I will detonate a biological weapon that will spray the nearby people with a deadly pathogen.” Now Dorado is in a battle against time to stop a madman before he unleashes a lethal virus on the world.
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