Dr. Paul Boor’s Harvard training as a pathologist and scientist is evident in The Blood Notes of Peter Mallow – a suspense-filled biomedical thriller that unfolds inside the highest-level research facility for infectious agents in the U.S. Dr. Mallow’s lab notes record his involvement in the obsession of a brilliant but troubled student who uses his knowledge in a quest for revenge that could ultimately lead to the beginning of the end of the world. Blood Notes encourages readers to advocate psychological screening for possibly the most dangerous organisms in the bio-lab – the scientists themselves! See this guy’s media room at: www.paulboor.comby
In the cleverly titled Lost and Found, author Tom Williams has written a modern-day adventure that combines an intriguing cast of bizarre yet plausible characters who search the globe for untold lost treasures using the high-tech possibilities of an orbiting satellite. The writer’s vast background as a marine officer lends authenticity to the unpredictable dynamic energy of this fast-paced treasure-hunt that has the makings of becoming an equally exciting movie. Reviews pouring in saying “would make a great movie!”by
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Texas native, Jerry Audley, is a rising star who made it to #1 on the Texas Music Chart in only twelve short weeks with his catchy number “Lucky Me, Lonely You.” Audiences love the modern twist he adds to classic type country music, and Jerry credits his success to the many fans who relentlessly called radio stations across Texas in order to get his song heard. “Lucky Me, Lonely You” was co-written by artists Ronnie Dunn, Terry McBride, and Shawn Camp, and is featured on his debut release “Audley Enough.” There are high expectations for his latest release, “If It Ain’t One Thing, It’s Your Mother.” Hear Jerry sing; he is awesome! www.myspace.com/jerryaudleymusic
Steve Alten’s, The Shell Game, is his eighth spectacular novel on the NY Times best-sellers list. To the utter delight of his fans, Steve’s latest success poses the most essential question of the day: ‘What happens when the oil runs out?’ Written as fiction, this fast-paced and controversial political thriller shows how America, by a chain of lies and events, is being led into disaster. By combining terrifyingly realistic plots with insider information, Steve instigates the biggest wake-up call this country’s ever had! Watch this terrifying book-trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUUHCFlGbSUby
American, Frank Romano, imprisoned by brainwashing militant Muslims, escapes and now tells his story!
Frank Romano was a young Californian living in Paris, studying philosophy during the 70’s and searching for the ideals of a universal religion that believed in peace, tolerance and freedom. He had no idea that his next trip would find him terrified and imprisoned by militant Muslims, and destined to be held captive.
Romano, now a free man, wrote his experiences in Storm Over Morocco, published by World Audience Publishers. This intriguing book begins with the story of how Romano met a group of young Moroccans who impressed him with their Islamic faith. Believing that the study of Islam would help him in his quest to gain spiritual discipline, and ignoring the advice of friends, he entered a mosque in Casablanca to study the Qur’an and Arabic. It doesn’t take him long to realize that his decision did not bring him closer to the religion he sought, but instead to a living nightmare of confinement and brain washing in a mosque ruled by militant Muslim fanatics. As a result of his daring to question the treatment of women, he was charged with being a Zionist spy out to sabotage the back to Islam movement. Although he was acquitted by an internal tribunal, he remained a prisoner in the mosque on the outskirts of Casablanca.
Storm Over Morocco is an autobiographical account of the author’s spiritual path, as well as the terror he experienced during his attempts to escape after he realized he would remain a hostage until his unconditional allegiance to Islam was complete. There follows a most disturbing account of the author’s missionary journey traveled with fellow monks in the southern Morocco desert, where a man who was to be his spiritual guide makes it abundantly clear that he is in control of Romano’s life and he will never allow his disciple to leave the brotherhood. This is a gripping true account of Frank Romano’s terrifying escape and his fearsome struggle to avoid being recaptured.
Standing in a league of its own in novels dealing with the frightening subject of bioterrorism, is The Blood Notes of Peter Mallow, the premiere novel of Dr. Paul Boor that takes place in the highest-level research facility for infectious agents in the United States – the Bio-safety Level-4 laboratory on the Island of Galveston, Texas.
This unique novel inspired James Mangum, author of Dead and Dying Angels, to say “…a nightmarish scenario, splicing bird flu and DNA manipulation with human despair. Unseen things are coming to your neighborhood. Be afraid. Be very afraid.”
In The Blood Notes of Peter Mallow, the plot unfolds in the lab of Dr. Mallow, a research scientist who is hot on the trail of an emerging bird-flu virus. At the peak of his academic career, Mallow begins making notes on the strange behavior of a brilliant but troubled student who has become obsessed with drowning
in one’s car. The student convinces Mallow to confront a board of auto-industry safety executives. When the senior scientist is ruthlessly dismissed, his notes take the reader into a downward spiral of a scientific career, the deadliest epidemic in history, and a horrific finale that won’t be forgotten.
In The Blood Notes of Peter Mallow, the most dangerous organisms in the bio-lab ARE the scientists themselves!
Dr. Boor’s novel has received top acclaim from world-renowned scientists, foremost among these being
Dr. C.J. Peters, the virus hunter who headed the U.S. Army unit that battled Ebola in The Hot Zone, and the acclaimed author of Virus Hunter.
Steve Alten, NY Times Best-selling author of The Shell Game, adds his praise: “The Blood Notes of Peter
Mallow unnerves the reader with its medical implications. How close are we to eradicating our own species? Should we be delving into Pandora’s Box? Dr. Boor pulls back the curtain on how we deal with pandemic…and the human side of the threat. A great read!”
Geoffrey Leavenworth, author of Isle of Misfortune, sums it up fittingly, “The plot is gripping, the writing elegant …. It had me praying for psychological screening of all scientists.”
Filmmaker Roger Corman says, “Scary, because it’s told from the inside. A great concept, full of drama – and what an ending!”
Dr. Boor’s book is character-driven, mainstream, and “real science” rather than science fiction. He adds personal and professional credibility to the book with his background as a Harvard-trained pathologist and scientist, and his current position as a professor at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.
More information about Dr. Boor at: http://www.paulboor.com/