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The Han Agent

by Amy Rogers

A science-themed thriller novel about a young woman who is an expert on flu virus and is hired by a Japanese pharmaceutical company with ties to war crimes in WWII. Audiobook of The Han Agent by Amy Rogers, narrated by the author.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Prologue
25:28 FREE
2. Chapter 1
17:54 FREE
3. Chapter 2
18:48 $0.99
4. Chapter 3
19:15 $0.99
5. Chapter 4
17:53 $0.99
6. Chapter 5
16:18 $0.99
7. Chapter 6
18:49 $0.99
8. Chapter 7
4:27 $0.99
9. Chapter 8
18:48 $0.99
10. Chapter 9
23:41 $0.99
11. Chapter 10
30:23 $0.99
12. Chapter 11
10:18 $0.99
13. Chapter 12
28:47 $0.99
14. Chapter 13
35:56 $0.99
15. Chapter 14
34:42 $0.99
16. Chapter 15
12:30 $0.99
17. Chapter 16
24:07 $0.99
18. Chapter 17
15:17 $0.99
19. Chapter 18
30:03 $0.99
20. Chapter 19
18:30 $0.99
21. Chapter 20
37:19 $0.99
22. Chapter 21
28:42 $0.99
23. Chapter 22
9:16 $0.99
24. Chapter 23
35:25 $0.99
25. Chapter 24
37:33 $0.99
26. Chapter 25
29:43 $0.99
27. Chapter 26
16:43 $0.99
28. Technical Notes
5:58 $0.99
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Album Notes
Modern biotechnology propels an ancient ethnic rivalry to a terrifying new level…

In the 1930s, Japanese scientists in China committed heinous crimes in their quest for the ultimate biological weapon. The war ended. Their mission did not.

Eighty years later, Japanese-American scientist Amika Nakamura won’t let rules stand between her and scientific glory. When the ambitious young virologist defies a ban on the genetic manipulation of influenza, she’s expelled from the university. Desperate to save her career, she accepts a position with a pharmaceutical company in Tokyo. Soon after, a visit to a disputed island entangles her in a high-profile geopolitical struggle between Japan and China. Applying her singular expertise with bird flu in a risky experiment may be the only way out. Little does she know that Japanese ultra-nationalists and a legacy of unpunished war crimes lurk in the shadows, manipulating people, politics, and science.

But DNA doesn’t lie. Amika uncovers a shocking truth: a deadly virus is about to put the “gene” in genocide.

Praise for THE HAN AGENT:
“Amy Rogers’s latest medical thriller is as exciting as it is frighteningly realistic. It could be tomorrow’s headline. Here is a story fraught with tension, and threaded through with scientific accuracy and speculation that will leave you stunned.”—James Rollins, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Sigma Force series
“In a stunning ‘what-if’ author-scientist Amy Rogers resurrects the idea of Unit 731, Japan’s notorious wartime biological weapons division, weaving together a diabolical tale of science, genocide, and modern-day bio-terror. Sobering, suspenseful, and absolutely chilling.”—Barry Lancet, award-winning author of The Spy Across the Table and Tokyo Kill
“In the gripping thriller The Han Agent by Amy Rogers, World War II-era history, ultranationalism, and biological genocide intertwine. The Han Agent is a surefire genre hit, fast-paced and full of elements of mystery and adventure. Science fiction hounds in particular will dig the information about DNA sequencing, virus detection, and how plagues can spread.” —Foreword Reviews magazine
“The Han Agent will get your heart pounding and your blood boiling. Putting huge swaths of humanity in its crosshairs, this pressure cooker of a thriller portrays with chilling realism how individuals can use specialized scientific knowledge for good or evil.”—J.E. Fishman, bestselling author of Primacy and the Bomb Squad NYC series



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