By Bonnie Doran
Renowned vaccinologist "Hildi" Hildebrandt has set her sights on beating her brother to a Nobel Prize, and the opportunity to conduct experiments on the International Space Station might just provide the means to obtain that goal. Chet Hildebrandt should have had that opportunity. But now he'll teach a lesson to them all: his hot-shot astronaut sister, his philandering hypocritical father, and the CDC for not properly appreciating his work. One vial of a virus purloined from the CDC labs and released at his father's marriage seminar should do the trick, without hurting anybody. After all, it's only a mild influenza strain...Or is it?
Everyone needs to give and receive forgiveness. I hope the novel will move the reader to act on any unresolved relationships.
Why the author wrote this book:
I was angry when I heard yet another report of a Christian leader caught in an illicit affair. Then I started the "what if" questions. What if the son was angry at his father? What if he were angry enough to unleash a biological weapon?