Terrorism is frightening enough without the thought of a terrorist attack by a deadly airborne Ebola-type virus. The story starts out strong as the first victims fall ill and the doctors realize what they are facing. The main character, Richard Wainwright, steps in as a temporary CEO of a bio-tech company after the entire administration was killed in an airplane crash. He soon finds himself in more trouble than he can handle.
I did have a few problems with the book. While the character of Richard was likable he didn't seem very competent in his position, and some of his actions just didn't make sense. One character in the book came across too much like a cartoon ninja character. Then there was Richard’s love interest, an odd, not very devout Methodist minister.
I enjoyed the beginning of the book, but it seemed to go down too many rabbit trails before if found its way back. I would have liked more medical and fewer escapades.