The Homeland Directive

The Homeland Directive

Book - 2011
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"As head of the National Center for Infectious Diseases, Dr. Laura Regan is one of the world's foremost authorities on viral and bacteriological study. Having dedicated her career to halting the spread of infectious disease, she has always considered herself one of the good guys. But when her research partner is murdered and Laura is blamed for the crime, she finds herself at the heart of a vast and deadly conspiracy. Aided by three rogue federal agents who believe the government is behind the frame-up, Laura must evade law enforcement, mercenaries, and a team of cyber-detectives who know more about her life than she does - all while trying to expose a sinister plot that will impact the lives of every American. Set in the Orwellian present, The Homeland Directive is a modern-day political/medical thriller"
Publisher: Marietta, Ga. : Top Shelf, 2011
ISBN: 9781603090247
Call Number: GN VENDITTI
Characteristics: 148 p. : chiefly ill., (some col.) ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Konot, Sean
Huddleston, Mike


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Apr 03, 2015

Venditti basically tells a spy story with no James Bond character. Something's making people sick. An FBI agent, a Secret Service agent, a bureaucrat, and a doctor are trying to stop it - while on the run from the folks who unleashed it in the first place. The art style varies from abstract to detailed, from black and white to greyscale to various types of coloring, and there are a few photographs worked in, such as buildings. It's like a complex collage. Someone could write a paper on the varying uses of color alone, I'm sure.

This book would make such a gripping movie. (No surprise there, since Venditti wrote The Surrogates which became a Bruce Willis movie.)


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