Paranormal/Techno Thriller – The Apothecary

The ApothecaryThe Apothecary
By Marshall Chamberlain
Publisher: The Grace Publishing Group
Published: September 2015
ISBN: 978-1517154752
ASIN: B010R6H74S
Genre: Thriller, action thriller, suspense thriller, mystery thriller, paranormal thriller, techno thriller
Formats Available For Review: Paperback (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), pdf, epub, mobi, kindle

If you like action and adventure thrillers like the Indiana Jones books, or books by Nelson DeMille, or James Rollin and the Sigma Force—or the scary realism of author Michael Crichton—you’re going to love The Apothecary, an extraordinary techno-thriller.

A Top Secret, DOD Nanotechnology Project is Compromised.

A Rogue Scientist Experiments on Human Beings.

Design of Inexpensive Nano-Drugs Takes Over the Drug Industry.

The Nano Replication Process can Destroy the Planet.

From a “Foreword Reviews,” Award Winning Author, Marshall Chamberlain gives us another adventure into plausible reality. Set in Atlanta, Georgia, The Apothecary is a nano-technology thriller, exploring the heights of human degeneracy and the vile consequences of insane arrogance.

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