Updated: Oct 22, 2021
NARRATOR SELECTED Lee Goettl
Author Name: Richard Whitney
Book Title: The Amherst Protocol
Word Count: 103,207
Genre: Sci-Fi Thriller
Accent: Standard American
Performance: Energetic and Dramatic
Clayton Tucker and his colleagues at the Dallas Observer eagerly prepare to cover the anniversary of the first human heart transplant using a cloned heart. Cloning, stem cell therapy and gene splicing have become nearly routine in 2042 and have opened the door to advances in medicine were only dreamed of ten years before. Traveling to South Africa where the first heart transplant was done nearly seventy years earlier, Clay discovers that Pontiac Pharmaceuticals has been closely involved in the research surrounding both the original transplant and the one in Dallas using a cloned human heart. Clay and Brian Singh begin looking into Pontiac and learn that it is part of Omega Security Systems; a multinational arms dealer with massive counter espionage capabilities. However, a power struggle is underway at Pontiac and Clay is contacted by Pontiac’s COO Darius Kent. Kent is concerned that an advanced unstable biological weapon is being developed at the company’s lab in Bosnia by the company’s chairman, the Colonel. Kent helps Clay and Brian infiltrate the lab using the newly developed counter insurgency device, the “macro skin.” They pose as two of the companies researchers recently transferred to the lab. Here they are confronted with ultimate biological weapon, the Alastor. Clay and Brian are able to download the Alastor research and escape the lab. Now the two must get back to Dallas alive and with the data intact, hopefully in time. The initial field test of the weapon is only days away.
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