by Marcus Richardson
Ten years after the worst pandemic in human history, people are falling sick in the western United States with symptoms frighteningly similar to the dreaded Blue Flu, but all is not as it appears. When the President’s motorcade falls under attack in Los Angeles, suspicions grow that the mystery illness is a bio-weapon version of the disease that killed hundreds of millions a decade earlier. One man holds the key to stopping the bio-weapon in its tracks, but he’s being hunted by every power in the world—not everyone wants the bio-weapon stopped.
From SEALs to Rangers to average citizens, Apache Dawn depicts the fight for survival of the individual, local communities, nations, and even mankind itself.