A reclusive billionaire plots to “save the world” by destroying most of mankind with a deadly pandemic. Secret Agent Charlie Sparrow, armed only with his quick wit and cunning intelligence, is assigned to find the madman…and stop him.
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Charlie Sparrow must stop a reclusive billionaire's plot to "save the world" by destroying most of mankind with a deadly pandemic. Only one man can stop him.
Tom Ardies is the nearest thing to Ian Fleming and Mickey Spillane that we have...Pandemic is tautly written, adequately complicated.
An ingenious plot and non-stop suspense in a novel of the all-too-near future.
Pandemic is great. The suspense builds so fast, that this is a novel to be read in one sitting. The macabre situation in which Sparrow gets entwined is so chilling that it can send shivers the spine of a reader on a sunny afternoon. Ardies has written a thriller that manages to be exciting, funny and sexy, all at the same time.