Brian Andrews is a US Navy veteran and nuclear engineer who served as an officer on a fast-attack submarine in the Pacific. He is a Park Leadership Fellow, has a master’s degree in business from Cornell, and holds a psychology degree from Vanderbilt. He is a husband, father, and advocate of planetary stewardship. He would like to someday take a walk about on Mars.
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When the police aren't an option; when a lawyer can't help; when all other options are exhausted... The Think Tank is the last torch in the darkness.
Set six months after the events of the CALYPSO DIRECTIVE, technical analyst Sloane Keller and the rest of the Think Tank become embroiled in the high stakes game of international corporate espionage. With a "spy vs. spy" vibe, the reader is taken down the rabbit hole of Sino-American relations and asks the question, what will happen when two nations play THE INFILTRATION GAME?
Synopsis: – When prominent CEOs of Fortune 500 companies begin dying in a series of freak accidents, The Think Tank is tasked to investigate. Junior analyst Sloane Keller soon connects the CEOs to Chinese venture capitalist Michael Sun--a brilliant businessman with a shadowy past. With each new discovery, Sloane becomes convinced that the deaths are by design and all part of an international conspiracy. But to what end, she does not know...
The investigation soon takes a turn for the worse, when Sloane discovers that her father's company has had business dealings with Sun. Afraid that her CEO father may be next on the hit list, Sloane and the Think Tank must unravel a hidden agenda that stretches from Washington to Beijing and unmask the world's most devious assassin before it's too late
Synopsis: – For 155 days, Will Foster has been locked in medical quarantine without his consent. The doctors claim he is infected with a deadly virus, but this is a lie. Encoded in his DNA is a mutation that provides immunity from disease for all who possess it, source code that Vyrogen Pharmaceuticals aims to commercialize as a multi-billion-dollar gene therapy.
Against all odds, Foster escapes his laboratory prison and steals a virulent strain of bubonic plague as insurance. To help him unravel the mystery inside him, Foster contacts the only person he can trust: a former lover and microbiologist living Vienna and the two become fugitives, hunted across the heart of Europe.
"This book grips you from the beginning, I couldn't put it down. Medical espionage at its finest." — Jennifer Adams
"A captivating novel with engaging, fascinating (sometimes twisted) characters and an ending that leaves you wanting more." — Christina Hines
"This book rivaled the best Dan Brown novel and has introduced a protagonist in the Tank that Ludlum would have been pleased to have incarnated." — James Edwards