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Unconditional Loss Orrin Lippoff

Unconditional Loss

Orrin Lippoff

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486 pages
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 About the Book 

Dr. Preston McBride, a gifted vaccine researcher, searches to find a cure for a virulent strain of the flu virus. Similar to H1N1, it threatens the human race.After Dr. McBride’s vaccine project is stolen from him, he is disillusioned and resignsMoreDr. Preston McBride, a gifted vaccine researcher, searches to find a cure for a virulent strain of the flu virus. Similar to H1N1, it threatens the human race.After Dr. McBride’s vaccine project is stolen from him, he is disillusioned and resigns himself to a dull life of work at a family clinic in his home town. But then a mysterious disease begins killing dogs, and it escalates with frightening speed. People suffer devastating emotional losses when their pets die, and McBride decides to return to the battlefield of his research.In what fast becomes a blood bath of dying dogs all over the country, and then the world, he feverishly searches for connections in his makeshift lab.Society is increasingly on edge at the prospect of the extinction of all dogs, and bizarre behavior is becoming the norm in the streets. Grief will become yet another plague as the book travels to Brazil, Germany, Asia and New Orleans. McBride’s search leads him to unexpected confrontations at the crossroads of corporate greed and political corruption. This story is also a mirror on the times we live in.