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Unacceptable Risk [Reading] ➾ Unacceptable Risk Author David Dun – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Deep in the wilds of the jungle, a rare insect is discovered to possess an incredible substance within its body one that can alter the cells of the human brain It is a breakthrough that could bring un Deep in the wilds of the jungle, a rare insect is discovered to possess an incredible substance within its body one that can alter the cells of the human brain It is a breakthrough that could bring untold power or unspeakable horror Covert operative Sam Wintripp is charged with locating a researcher who is trying to uncover the secrets of the mysterious substance But he is not alone A ruthless terrorist is also on the hunt, with his own twisted plans to unleash a genetic nightmare on the world Back in the States, Sam is caught in a desperate fight for survival against both a lethal enemy and a biological time bomb with the potential to cause global devastation With the clock ticking and the stakes rising, Sam must risk everything to save himself, his team, and the future of humanity.


10 thoughts on “Unacceptable Risk

  1. Andrew Andrew says:

    A dumb, un enjoyable, male centric soap opera filled with cliched unlikable characters and unnecessary legal jargon After reading the about the author page and seeing that he is a lawyer and lives in Northern California, I see why there were so many references to the location and for the legal thriller plot aspect I ll say the fringe science aspect was the only likable one, but then it got marred at times with all the patent law mumbo jumbo.


  2. Marti Marti says:

    This was interesting and exciting at times, but it was also somewhat confusing keeping track of all of the people, as to whether they were the good guys, or the bad ones.It was also rather nebulous about what the great discovery was, and why the term escrow was used I might try reading another book by this author hard to say.


  3. Jim Jim says:

    Sam, or whoever, is a free lance spy agent who is in a death match with a French killer They are chasing a compound from thewhich is the base for an incredible immune system controlling key Lots of people get killed, the French are awful and the good guys win Too loopy in too many parts to be great, but fun.


  4. Kate Pearlman Kate Pearlman says:

    Another resale find, the promo read combiningNelson Demille Wild Fire, which I d read with Michael Crichton and I figured it was worth the risk Well done


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10 thoughts on “Unacceptable Risk

  1. Andrew Andrew says:

    A dumb, un enjoyable, male centric soap opera filled with cliched unlikable characters and unnecessary legal jargon After reading the about the author page and seeing that he is a lawyer and lives in Northern California, I see why there were so many references to the location and for the legal thriller plot aspect I ll say the fringe science aspect was the only likable one, but then it got marred at times with all the patent law mumbo jumbo.

  2. Marti Marti says:

    This was interesting and exciting at times, but it was also somewhat confusing keeping track of all of the people, as to whether they were the good guys, or the bad ones.It was also rather nebulous about what the great discovery was, and why the term escrow was used I might try reading another book by this author hard to say.

  3. Jim Jim says:

    Sam, or whoever, is a free lance spy agent who is in a death match with a French killer They are chasing a compound from thewhich is the base for an incredible immune system controlling key Lots of people get killed, the French are awful and the good guys win Too loopy in too many parts to be great, but fun.

  4. Kate Pearlman Kate Pearlman says:

    Another resale find, the promo read combiningNelson Demille Wild Fire, which I d read with Michael Crichton and I figured it was worth the risk Well done

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