MINNEAPOLIS, May 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The long winter is finally over. The trees are budding and soon the glories of summer that kept our hopes alive all these months will finally be upon us. Or will they?
What if the summer is as warm and beautiful as what we've been praying for—except that everyone now is afraid to go outdoors? It could happen.
In fact it does happen in a new book, BUZZ, a thriller by award-winning author David Lebedoff, available on Amazon.com on June 1. Just as Jaws made people afraid to go in the water, BUZZ may keep us out of our own backyards. Because the danger in Lebedoff's book are not sharks, which are relatively rare, but something far more common—mosquitoes.
In BUZZ, ruthless fanatics, operating out of a secret base in the north woods, have been able to place a deadly poison into ordinary mosquitoes, whose stings then cause instant and horrible death. When those insects are released—on an army base, in a small town, at a large outdoor rally—the country is stunned and defenseless.
The race is on to find the source of the attack before it is too late. A brave young doctor pits her own resourcefulness against the leader of the fanatics—putting herself at terrible risk.
Some of the action takes place in Rochester, Minnesota, where private planes secretly deliver the lethal poison to couriers who send it north for their friends to arm the winged killers.
The clock is ticking. The terrorists are getting ready for the biggest attack in American history. And summer may never be the same again.
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SOURCE David Lebedoff