False Prey: A Wildfire Novella (Book 1.5)

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Reporter Danny Roberts has a front row seat to the end of the world.

Fear and racism run rampant in the face of the bio-weapon crisis. Danny watches as the sleepy town of Brikston, Kentucky descends into a waking nightmare for one stranger trying to get home. There is more to the story – Danny’s sure of it.

He wants to help, but how? Time is running out, so to forestall the virus, Brikston has chosen self-quarantine: no one is allowed in – if you leave, you can’t come back. No exceptions.

But what if the enemy is already inside?

2 reviews for False Prey: A Wildfire Novella (Book 1.5)

  1. RJ

    We have a brief interlude between books one and two. Danny Roberts, Ace reporter for CNN, is sent out to one of the quarantined cities to investigate rumors of a Super Flu sweeping the nation. Danny encounters a poor soul running from an infuriated crowd who believes the man named Thomas is a Korean spy. After talking with Thomas Danny helps him escape to an out-of-the-way motel where he can hide out. Danny heads back to town to continue researching his story. We’ll tag along with Danny as he writes his remarkable story. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

  2. Mia Harper

    A brief view into life in a small town that chose self isolation to avoid the flu, how its population is affected by the events going on around them. Reporter Danny encounters a fear driven mob worked into a frenzy by an influential town inhabitant and the local police as they lead the mob to deliver judgement on an outsider, an alledged spy, Thomas. Another fantastic read in the Wildfire series read by James Romick.

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