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Karl Frankton is a pathologist with a CDC field team in Somalia. For two days, they have tried to isolate a virus that has wiped out a village on the Wabi-Shebelle River. There are no clues; only 84 suffocated human beings. It is now, and Karl Frankton is about to confront a global enemy more deadly than a virus or pandemic...an enemy called greed.

P.P.M.'s warning is clear: "We're approaching an ecological disaster beyond our comprehension. While corporate-controlled world governments look the other way, we're poisoned our air and water, and time just ran out."

Gary Naiman has written ten best-selling novels. His background ranges from CGI development at Paramount Pictures to highly sensitive projects within the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

P.P.M. may soon become a motion picture.

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