The Evil Resurrection

The Evil Resurrection

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This sequel to Tech Agent begins, as did the first novel, with an act of cruelty by Marina Dubroski. Marina is the emotionally disturbed and dangerous half sister of the ruthless French entrepreneur Jean Perriot. Marina, after giving birth to a girl child while in captivity by Perriot, brutally murders a priest and a nun supervising her care. The story follows this female personification of evil through France, Iraq and Iran of the 90s.Thwarting her maniacal attempts though to her attempt to attack her hated enemies, the American people.Here Marina escapes, kidnapping the baby as a hostage to protect herself from Perriot and his agents. Marina flees to Iran and Iraq, hiding her disfigurement with Muslim women’s garb. She recruits the evil Arab Jamal, who had been punished and dismissed by Perriot. Funded by accumulations from her past activities and an alliance with Arab extremists, she hatches a plot to contaminate the water supplies of several world capitals with deadly organisms, deceiving the nations so they will blame each other and her enemies. There is to be a mega-million payoff from the Arab extremists if she succeeds. The heroes, the Tech Agents of the Walton Group, alerted by both Perriot and the contacts of agent Sloboda, act in concert with Perriot and four world governments to prevent this insane act, recovering stolen technology in the process. English, German, French and American pharmaceutical companies are finally persuaded by the near disaster to create an international industrial pact. These nations expect companies in other nations to join them lest they be economically disadvantaged. The self regulatory organization is expected to be much more effective than political treaties in controlling the use of the deadly agents and establishing cooperative regulatory enforcement. The aim is to eliminate industrial espionage where toxic agents are involved. The novel ends with the baby Nadia, named after Marina’s dead twin sister, being recovered by Baxter. Baxter is the Walton Tech Agent who is the biological father of the child. This book, as with the first, ends with a plot twist involving Marina.show more

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  • Paperback | 268 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 15.49mm | 467.2g
  • Createspace Independent Pub
  • English
  • 150779567X
  • 9781507795675