What if terrorists put genetically modified viruses into our drinking water?
You’ll be shocked at how easy it is to weaponize an entire state’s water supply.
A thought-provoking thriller about a very real threat to the essence of life: water.
When Californians start getting sick from their drinking water, traumatized civil engineer Jake Bendel must again work with the FBI to discover the cause.
With his new desalination plants behind schedule and searing pressure from the California Governor, Jake uncovers a secret network of vengeful terrorists planning Nazi-level genetic modifications.
Before Jake can find a way to cure the masses, he is also injected with the virus, forcing him to track down the leader of the terrorist group.
The clock is ticking. Can they stop the terrorists and save millions of people?
A fast-paced thriller about the sinister side of human genetic modifications.
2022 BestThrillers.com Book Awards - Best Medical Thriller
2022 American Fiction Awards Finalist in the Thriller: Techno category
2022 BookFest Award Winner - Thriller - Technothrillers
Redefining edge-of-your-seat action, Bennecke masterfully pairs an intelligently written and nimbly paced plot with relevant social issues in Waterborne. The end result is a contemporary story that is chilling in its plausibility and addictive in its momentum... A thriller that stacks up against any on your bookshelf, Waterborne is a penetrating novel that will keep your pulse pounding and your jaw agape!
Waterborne is recommended to those who love thrillers with a technological and engineering basis rather than a militaristic or espionage one. And anyone who enjoys thrillers where regular (though brilliant) people find themselves in incredibly high-stakes situations will find plenty to dig into as well.
I have two words for this novel – page turner!
This fast-paced thriller intrigued me, frightened me, and kept me on the edge of my seat.
Equal parts thought provoking and edge-of-your-seat thrilling... easy to read and fast paced with plenty of thrills.