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    Mr. Darcy
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    Default Looking for a thriller? Self Arrest is 50% off until midnight at Smashwords

    Use coupon code VJ74T here: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/7590

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    Over fifty million people died when the Spanish Flu swept the globe in 1918. The virus attacked the young and healthy, dealing a crippling blow to a world still reeling from the horrors of the First World War. It wormed its way into communities large and small, killing mercilessly, before abruptly vanishing without a trace in the summer of 1920.

    That was then.

    In 2005, scientists completed sequencing the genetic code of the Spanish Flu. The following year, they infected monkeys with a reanimated strain of the very same virus.

    The monkeys exhibited classic symptoms of the 1918 Spanish Flu.

    Then they died.

    This is now.

    In the course of a routine transfer between government facilities, a team of ruthless mercenaries intercepts a supply of a highly engineered Spanish Flu virus.

    Gage Mercer, the future son in law of a deranged billionaire, finds himself drawn into a plot to trigger the extinction of the human race through a deliberate release of the virus.

    This could be the future.


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    Mr. Darcy
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    Default Re: Looking for a thriller? Self Arrest is 50% off until midnight at Smashwords

    I've posted another coupon on Smashwords for the month of September.

    Use GW43B at checkout and you can get Self Arrest for only $1.50!

    http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/7590

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    Default Self Arrest is now $0.99 at the Nook store..

    Over fifty million people died when the Spanish Flu swept the globe in 1918. The virus attacked the young and healthy, dealing a crippling blow to a world still reeling from the horrors of the First World War. It wormed its way into communities large and small, killing mercilessly, before abruptly vanishing without a trace in the summer of 1920.

    That was then.

    In 2005, scientists completed sequencing the genetic code of the Spanish Flu. The following year, they infected monkeys with a reanimated strain of the very same virus.

    The monkeys exhibited classic symptoms of the 1918 Spanish Flu.

    Then they died.

    This is now.

    In the course of a routine transfer between government facilities, a team of ruthless mercenaries intercepts a supply of a highly engineered Spanish Flu virus.

    Gage Mercer, the future son in law of a deranged billionaire, finds himself drawn into a plot to trigger the extinction of the human race through a deliberate release of the virus.

    This could be the future.

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