Book Reviews of Necessary Evil

Necessary Evil
Necessary Evil
Author: David Dun
ISBN-13: 9780786013982
ISBN-10: 0786013982
Publication Date: 4/1/2001
Pages: 379
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Just couldn't get into this book; read part of the first chapter and quit. Don't know why; it just didn't grab my interest. The story line interested me, but the characters seemed hollow.
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I didn't even finish this book - it just wasn't interesting to me. I couldn't get into it.
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During a savage snowstorm, a private jet crashesinto the side of a mountain. On board, among the debris and mangled bodies, is enough infectuous toxin to wipe out most of the human race.

A FBI agent and a mountaineer find the wreckage and become targets for a dangerous enemy that will do anything to keep the whole conspiracy a secret.
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During a savage snowstorm, a private jet slams into the rugged California high country. In its wake lies a litter of twisted fuselage, mangled corpses...and enough infectious toxins to wip out most of humanity.

Two people - and expert mountaineer and a female FBI agent - find the wreckage and its hazardous contents. Now, they're the target of a dangerous enemy that will kill to keep a conspiracy concealed.

As the blizzard rages and a madman threatens genocide, trained assassins chase the pair deep into the frigid wilderness, where basic instincts thake over...and where the only law is the law of survival.