Beijing red : a Nick Foley thriller

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New York : Crooked Lane, 2016.
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347 pages ; 25 cm.
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When a team of charity workers in rural China suddenly succumbs to a mysterious illness, Nick Foley, an ex-Navy SEAL with a war-torn past, discovers the makings of a global catastrophe. Still reeling from a mission gone wrong, Nick is reluctant to get back in the game, but with lives hanging in the balance, he must fight to uncover the truth and overcome his own demons. Along for the ride is Dr. Chen Dazhong, a brilliant, beautiful, and tough scientist with the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Together, they unveil the outbreak's unsettling ties to the Chinese government -- and a conspiracy greater than either could have ever imagined. As the trail of death leads from village to village, Chen and Foley must race against timeand geopoliticsto thwart an enemy too small to see in James Bradley's debut thrillerBeijing Red. --Publisher.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Ryan, A. (2016). Beijing red: a Nick Foley thriller (First edition.). Crooked Lane.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Ryan, Alex. 2016. Beijing Red: A Nick Foley Thriller. New York: Crooked Lane.

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Ryan, Alex. Beijing Red: A Nick Foley Thriller New York: Crooked Lane, 2016.

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Ryan, Alex. Beijing Red: A Nick Foley Thriller First edition., Crooked Lane, 2016.

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