Hidden and Imminent Dangers
2009 by D.W. Hardin
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Hidden and Imminent Dangers is more than a medical thriller about a pandemic. It has apocalyptic characters embedded throughout the novel. Special Forces veteran and ER nurse Mac MacIntosh spends his days navigating the bedlam of a Louisville, Kentucky, hospital. Though his work is rewarding and his family life happy, Mac can't shake the haunting memories of his time in war-torn Afghanistan. He can't forget the violence and social upheaval he witnessed there. When a flu-stricken patient arrives, infectious disase specialist Dr. Mercato Marcus suspects the patient's symptoms may indicate a far more serious problem. The hospital becomes ground zero for a deadly mutant form of avian flu. A frightening glimpse of the catastrophic potential of a global pandemic is shown. It gives a sobering depiction if inadequate political, medical, and legal systems as the crisis mushrooms.
Praise and Reviews
"Once I began reading "Hidden and Imminent Dangers", I couldn't put it down. He is able to take a believable premise of a pandemic and mix it with politics, law enforcement and a little theology thrown in for good measure..." - Candace Barron
"Hidden and Imminent Dangers is a skillfully written thriller that draws you in deeper and deeper with a very plausible pandemic scenario. The characters are believable and intriguing, quickly moving the medical thriller along at a fast pace, page after page. Good and evil are a constant and play against each other throughout this compelling suspense/mystery...." - P.A. Edelheit
D.W. Hardin has experience in the field of law enforcement and as registered nurse. He draws upon his prior experience to write. In a joint decision, his wife, Carmen, and he dec More...