James Abel
James Abel

James Abel is the pseudonym for Bob Reiss, an accomplished author and journalist who has written extensively about trouble spots and exotic locations around the world, including the Arctic, Somalia, and the Amazon rain forest. He is the author of the Joe Rush novels, including Cold SilenceProtocol Zero, and White Plague. Abel lives and works in New York City.

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Author: James Abel | Narrator: Ray Porter
Release Date: July 25, 2017
Joe Rush takes on a new terror, spawned in the Amazon rain forest, that threatens to bring the world to its knees in James Abel's latest bio-thriller, now in paperback.

While studying new forms of malaria at an Amazon gold rush, Joe Rush's best friend and partner, Eddie Nakamura, disappears.
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Author: James Abel | Narrator: Ray Porter
Release Date: July 26, 2016
James Abel—author of the electrifying Joe Rush novels Protocol Zero and White Plague—unleashes another heartstopping thriller in which an unholy plague from the past has been awakened...

While trying to alleviate the suffering of thousands in drought-stricken, war-torn Africa, ex-Marine doctor and bio-terror expert Joe Rush receives a plea for help from a member of his old military unit, currently working as a geologist in a chaotic region of Somalia.
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Author: James Abel | Narrator: Ray Porter
Release Date: August 04, 2015
NEW FROM THE AUTHOR OF WHITE PLAGUE

Marine doctor and bio-terror expert Joe Rush returns in an electrifying new arctic adventure… "sure to wow fans of Michael Crichton and James Rollins" (Mark Greaney, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Tom Clancy Full Force and Effect).
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Author: James Abel | Narrator: Ray Porter
Release Date: January 06, 2015
In the frozen waters of the Arctic, Marine bioterror expert Joe Rush races to save a submarine crew from a lethal threat.

“The pleas for help stopped coming just after five in the morning, Washington time. The Pentagon staffers cleared for handling sensitive messages sat in horror for a moment and then tried other ways to reach the victims.
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