The Plague Makers: The Secret World of Biological Warfare - Softcover
The reality of bioterror struck America and the world in October 2001, as dramatic headlines stirred a national fear of anthrax in the mail. Five people were killed and government mail was delayed for months. People across the country were stocking up on antibiotics to thwart the threat of biological warfare.
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"A readable and well-researched account, from a skilled science writer, of what one day might befall large numbers of us."
About the Author:
The Times Literary Supplement
."..even more relevant than it was in past editions..."
Bookwatch, December 2002
."..offers a gripping outline of 'public health in reverse' and how close societies have come to unleashing biomedical havoc on each other."
The Tampa Tribune, 9/24/02
Wendy Barnaby is a science writer and broadcaster. She has worked as a journalist in Sweden and the UK, where she broadcasts regularly for the BBC and the ABC. From 1992-95 she chaired the Association of British Science Writers.
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- PublisherFrog Ltd
- Publication date1999
- ISBN 10 1883319854
- ISBN 13 9781883319854