The Ares Virus (Rob Stone #1)

The Ares Virus (Rob Stone #1) At A US Research Facility Funded By The Military And Clandestine Agencies A Super Virus Has Been Created As A First Strike Military Weapon During Its Conception The Anti Virus Has Furthered The Possibilities Of Medical Research By Decades Such Is Its Potential, Treachery Has Struck From Within If The Virus Is Released, Then The Anti Virus Will Be Worth Billions To The Pharmaceutical Industry Isobel Bartlett Worked On The Project And Knows Its Potential After The Suspicious Death Of Her Mentor, And Upon Hearing Part Of An Audacious Plan To Make Money From The Project She Flees The Facility With The Information Needed To Culture The Viruses To Seek Help From A Contact With The FBI Up Against Rogue Government Forces, She Is Helped By Agent Rob Stone Of The Secret Service Who Has Been Tasked By The President To Investigate A Disbanded Assassination Program After His Investigation Led Him To The Bio Research Facility The Two Are Hunted Mercilessly By An Assassin From Washington To The Streets Of New York Only When The Hunt Reaches The Wild Forests Of Vermont Can Ex Special Forces Soldier Stone Take The Fight To The Enemy. You think it s all over but it isn t This is the first in the Rob Stone series and I shall be reading the others very soon Don t you just hate those thrillers where with one bound the hero is free If you do then you will love this story A P Bateman is a master of his art and his stories are, without exception, superbly well crafted and very believable The plot grabs the reader by the throat and doesn t let go although there is sufficient change of pace to allow the occasional gasp of bre You think it s all over but it isn t This is the first in the Rob Stone series and I shall be reading the others very soon Don t you just hate those thrillers where with one bound the hero is free If you do then you will love this story A P Bateman is a master of his art and his stories are, without exception, superbly well crafted and very believable The plot grabs the reader by the throat and doesn t let go although there is sufficient change of pace to allow the occasional gasp of breath.Isobel Bartlett works for a research facility which has developed the Ares virus a super virus which could quickly decimate the world However, there are those who seek to make billions out of its illegal use by holding the US government to ransom after plans to steal both the virus and the antidote, which was developed in parallel The suspicious death of the lead scientist, for whom Isobel works, and other spoiler occurrences,
HookedI was looking for something for my husband to read whilst on holiday and came across A P Bateman and thought he might like the story I read the first couple of chapters just to make sure and read the whole book Love the
Mission Impossible Started reading this and couldn t get Tom.Cruise out of my head Shame really as this book is awesome Great story and was actually excited to pick it up each evening to.read the next chapter Just bought book two immediately Another good readAs always a good story, with some good twists and turns As with his other books the story flows nicely. The Ares Virus.Great read got my attention in the first chapter and held it to the last.would recommend this book to all who enjoy a good action book. grippingFirst time I have read anything by Bateman and thoroughly recommend, plenty of tension , twists , what s not to like. another one that I just couldn t put down can t wait for the next book the three I have read so far are some of the best writing I have read apart from the odd typo.highly recommend these book to anybody who enjoys a great thriller surrounding the CIA and the best operative around A truly great read Loved this bookGreat reading Left me guessing along the way and wanting to knowat the end Is someone still out there Will we ever find out what happens between Isobel and Agent Stone WowScareeeeey Could not put it down It was very well written But so very believable Looking forward to readingbook by the author. kindle