It begins with a bang. A sniper's bullet kills a biomedical researcher - the seventh in a row - in Reno. The researcher's death triggers a long-awaited international bio-warfare plot. Russian organized crime, with the help of a Syrian government "ghost network," unleashes a horrific anthrax attack across America - made all the more terrible by how easily it is accomplished. Meanwhile, although US Navy Captain "Camp" Campbell is still recovering from a gunshot wound and a life-altering near-death experience, he decides to cross the ocean in search of the woman he loves - only to uncover a box filled with evil and rage. Camp now finds himself locked in a biological war, and there's no turning back. In this thrill-a-minute read with trademark grit and globe-racing plots, Paul McKellips delivers another "what if" page-turner with edge-of-your-seat storytelling and a cliffhanger that won't escape your thoughts long after the final page has been read. Provocative and controversial...rage and revenge is both judge and jury as the ethics and history of human medical experimentation come full circle and vigilante justice is imposed on one person's undesirables. International terrorism. Human experimentation. Anthrax. Panic and hysteria. Undying love. Heaven. Hell. Rage and Revenge. You'll find them all in BOX 731.