So, what keeps you up at night? Yes, a question I was recently asked as a founder of a Think Tank – and in considering this I can say that nothing keeps me from sound sleep, but there are things I am completely troubled by, for instance bio-terrorism of bio-violence (both interchangeable words in my opinion). But before one gets frightened out of their wits, or allows fear to take over their psyche, there is a very good book, which I’d like to recommend to you.
Indeed, this was one of the books I read over the weekend, and I must say I was quite impressed. So much so that I wanted to write up this quick little book review to tell you about it. The name of the book is;
“Bioviolence – Preventing Biological Terror and Crime” by Barry Kellman, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2006, 362 pages, ISBN: 978-0-521-88325-2.
This is a great research reference book to have for anyone studying bioterrorism. I own it because our Think Tank often talks on this subject, luckily I picked it up inexpensively at a used book sale. I noted on the front page this book I own was once given to someone as a gift and inside the front cover it read: “To Paul, With all my best wishes. Peace, Barry Kellman.” I thought to myself, how interesting that someone would sign a book “with all my best wishes, and peace” when it had to do with such a serious topic a bio-terrorism. » Read more: Bioterrorism and Bio-violence Considered – Book Review