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Publish Date November 21, 2005
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Quantico
Authors Greg Bear
Average Rating 3.5
Categories @Quantico (Virginia)
Content Version preview-1.0.0
Description There is a clash of cultures and generations within the FBI. But old and young face new kinds of criminal behavior -- crimes unimagined in past decades, and tough to solve now. Four agents-in-training are nearing graduation at the FBI Training Academy in Quantico, Virginia. The Academy and law enforcement in general is in radical flux, and the world in which they will work will be very different from the world of their teachers. The FBI is adjusting its training to pursue justice in an economy besieged by all manner of high-tech crime, and to fit into a world in which psychology and treatment are to replace incarceration and punishment. New forensic biology facilities research is underway into bio-hacking -- the creation or modification of human genes for criminal purposes. Mysterious releases of smallpox and anthrax have killed only single individuals and are not infectious to others; someone has found a way to individually target plagues. school and college students. But one of them soon discovers that other targeted illnesses may originate not with bio-hackers, but the Drug Enforcement Agency, the CIA, the US Army, even the FBI itself. And then she herself falls ill and dies. The three remaining agents now have their eyes wide open, but staying alive might be a problem even so.
Language en
Maturity Rating NOT_MATURE
Page Count 439
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 2005
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Ratings Count 9
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