The perfect biological weapon has been accidentally created.
Now a madman will use it to eliminate the ‘redundant’ people in the world.
All six billion of them.
A cure for aging is all the rage these days, with scientists only a few decades away from extending life to 150 years or more. So when Dr. Ben Peterson is offered twenty million dollars to develop the so-called Body Fortress Drug—a cure for all disease—he was surprised as anyone when he actually did it! However, along the way, he also developed the opposite, a drug that leaves the body susceptible to ALL diseases ... the perfect biological weapon.
Based on the latest scientific life-extending research—and with a splash of Dan Brown and Michael Crichton thrown in for good measure—bestselling science fiction author T.R. Harris brings you The Methuselah Paradox…
This is a thrill-a-minute rollercoaster ride of scientific intrigue and of a billionaire madman's obsession to live forever. And now he's sent his army of henchmen after the only people in the world who can stop him ... an NSA ‘thief’ and his crippled father, along with a beautiful CDC epidemiologist. The stakes have never been higher. Succeed ... or three-quarters of the world's population will die.
Now, this trio of reluctant heroes is in a desperate race to provide an antidote to the deadly formula before the madman can fulfill his ultimate desire: To live forever ... and without competition from other human beings. And he has seventeen billion dollars to work with to make sure he gets what he wants.
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