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An Earthquake Unearths a Conspiracy

One enormous earthquake attracts curiosity and satisfies it in a web of conflict

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“The Green Vial” by Nicholas Orsini
“The Green Vial” by Nicholas Orsini

“jumps into the action quickly…with an intriguing central idea.” - Kirkus Reviews

Deep in the deserts of Iran, an earthquake draws the attention of US geological surveyors: geophysicist Dr. Roger Rogers, his assistant Teresa Marchetti, and Norwegian science attaché Bjorn Arnarson. A freak accident forces them to land in a restricted biological weapons development area where they are met with armed guards and charged with espionage. What secrets lie within the facility? Uncover this conspiracy in Nicholas Orsini’s “The Green Vial.”

From the Middle East to Norway, and back home in Mountain View, California—explosive threads unravel when an underground group’s disillusioned member reveals a plan to destroy several US cities. Upon escape, Dr. Rogers must defy all the odds and save millions of lives from imminent destruction.

Kirkus Reviews does not hesitate in saying Orsini’s thriller “jumps into the action quickly…with an intriguing central idea.” Nicholas Orsini’s work vicariously inducts the making of a new master of suspense, an heir to the tradition of Patricia Highsmith, Graham Greene, and John le Carre. And “The Green Vial” is a worthy successor.

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The Green Vial
Written by Nicholas Orsini
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About the Author
Nicholas Orsini is a true New Yorker—from south Glens Falls to Hamilton, where he graduated from Colgate University. After 24 years of service in the US Air Force, his contribution to the Vela Uniform program included investigating underground nuclear explosions from earthquakes observed around the world. As Albuquerque Seismological Laboratory chief, he spearheaded a program to install seismic stations in Africa and South America. As a licensed private pilot, he has logged over 800 hours’ flying time and has traveled more than 70,000 miles on six motorcycles.

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 The Green Vial
 Nicholas Orsini

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