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Floyd Jordan’s Thriller “Vaccine” Will Be Displayed at the Guadalajara International Book Fair

The vaccine developed to fight the pandemic secretly only attacks one ethnic group in Floyd Jordan’s medical and historical fiction thriller.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

ReadersMagnet will exhibit “Vaccine” by Floyd Jordan at the 2023 Guadalajara International Book Fair this coming November 25-29, 2023.

Floyd Jordan’s Vaccine will be exhibited at the 2023 Guadalajara International Book Fair. The book fair will occur at the Expo Guadalajara Convention Center, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, from November 25 to November 29, 2023.

The Guadalajara International Book Fair, also known as the Feria Internacíonal del Libro de Guadalajara (FIL), is the largest and most important book event in the Spanish-speaking world. It is also the second-largest book fair in the world, second to Germany’s Frankfurt Book Fair (Frankfurter Buchmesse).

Because of a slow response to the coronavirus pandemic, the United States suffered from infections and deaths more than any country in the world. Pharmaceutical companies are in a race to manufacture the most effective and best vaccines against the fast -spreading coronavirus infections. The story follows Aramis Johnson, the City of Miami Fire Chief, who is shocked to learn that a close friend, and one of his deputy fire chiefs, is the first person in the United States to die from the mutating vaccine.

The manufactured vaccines are effective, but weeks later, inoculated Americans would need protection from it. It is then that they realize the virus only attacks a single ethnic group.

Visitors to the Guadalajara International Book Fair 2023 can find “Vaccine” displayed at the exhibit of self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at booth GG38. The booth will be active from November 25 to November 29, 2023.

Get a copy of “Vaccine” by Floyd Jordan on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Learn more about the author and his book at

About the Author
Floyd Jordan was born in Madison, Georgia, on May 16, 1943. He was raised in Miami-Dade County, Florida. He is a Vietnam veteran and a fire service employee who served in four different fire departments for more than forty-three years. He joined the City of Miami Fire Department in 1967 as the second black firefighter. He was a black trailblazer in the South Florida fire service who rose through the ranks by competitive examination, becoming the first black firefighter to be promoted to every supervisory rank in the department. When he was appointed fire chief of the city of Miami Beach on June 1, 1999, Jordan became the first black fire chief/director of a fire agency/fire department in Miami-Dade County. He was inducted into the Miami-Dade College Hall of Fame in 2004 and is the author of Triumph, the journey of an African American from childhood to fire chief.

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