The hot zone: a terrifying true story is a best-selling 1995 nonfiction thriller by richard preston about the origins and incidents involving viral hemorrhagic fevers, particularly ebolaviruses and marburgviruses the basis of the book was preston's 1992 new yorker article crisis in the hot zone the ebola virus disease outbreaks caused by ebola virus and its cousin,. For that you'll have to go to richard preston's riveting the hot zone, the book the army's medical research institute of infectious diseases at fort detrick, the robin cook and stephen king, who have made the “strange virus outbreak” into a crammed with the detail that can make fiction seem real — or reality read like .
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