by Colin T. Nelson
What if terrorists used American children as weapons of mass destruction? It's already started with the disappearance of the Somali boys from Minnesota. Small pox was eradicated from the planet in 1979. For future research purposes, two repositories of the deadly virus were set up in Atlanta, Georgia and Vector, Russia. When an Islamic terrorist group steals samples of the virus from Russia, they need human hosts to carry the disease and infect defenseless Americans. Release of the virus is about to explode until a criminal defense lawyer gets involved. She becomes entangled in a race against time and the terrorists to save hundreds of children and her community.
When Can I Tell My Boss, I Quit! He tries to both entertain readers and teach them something in his books. He's married, has two adult children, and plays the saxophone in a jazz group called BlueMood.
Courting Crime with Colin T. Nelson
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When Can I Tell My Boss, I Quit!
A non-fiction book teaching people how to financially be able to retire.
"...a provocative and compelling thriller. A must read for anyone who wonders what might lay ahead for our country." Mary Logue--Author of Frozen Still
"A suspenseful, well-crafted thriller with a terrifying plot that will leave you questioning how secure we really are." Christopher Valen--Author of The Black Minute
NorthStar Press of St. Cloud