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Anderson, Barth

Overview
Works: 3 works in 15 publications in 2 languages and 607 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Occult fiction 
Classifications: PS3601.N46, 813.6
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The patron saint of plagues by Barth Anderson( Book )
8 editions published between 2006 and 2013 in English and held by 330 libraries worldwide
"In this biological thriller of the near future, postinsurrection Mexico has undermined the superpower of the United States. But while the rivals battle over borders, a pestilence beyond politics threatens to explode into a worldwide epidemic. . . . Since the rise of the Holy Renaissance, Ascension?once known as Mexico City?has become the most populous city in the world, its citizens linked to a central government net through wetware implanted in their brains. But while their dictator grows fat with success, the masses are captivated by Sister Domenica, an insurgent nun whose weekly pirate broadcasts prophesy a wave of death. All too soon, Domenica's nightmarish prediction proves true, and Ascension's hospitals are overrun with victims of a deadly fever. As the rampant plague kills too quickly to be contained, Mexico smuggles its last hope over the violently contested border. . . .Henry David Stark is a crack virus hunter for the American Center for Disease Control and a veteran of global humanitarian efforts. But this disease is unlike any he's seen before?and there seems to be no way to cure or control it. Racing against time, Stark battles corruption to uncover a horrifying truth: this is no ordinary outbreak but a deliberately unleashed man-made virus . . . and the killer is someone Stark knows."--Publisher's description
The magician and the fool by Barth Anderson( Book )
4 editions published between 2008 and 2013 in English and held by 262 libraries worldwide
Jeremiah Rosemont, a disgraced art historian who's been backpacking through Central America, accepts an airline ticket to Rome from a man he's never seen before. Later, Rosemont walks through the back door of a Roman hotel and finds himself in a street filled with strange festival-goers and men and women from his own past. Meanwhile in Minnesota, two deadly killers, one of whom was born in the 14th century, pursue a Dumpster diver and tarot reader called Boy King
El mago y el loco by Barth Anderson( Book )
3 editions published between 2009 and 2010 in Spanish and held by 15 libraries worldwide
Years ago Jeremiah Rosemont left behind the bitter rivalries of the academic world. Now he lives a simple and itinerant existence in Central America. Accepting an enigmatic invitation to Rome, Rosemont will find himself in the center of a search for a mystical treasure for which many would be will to sacrifices their fortunes and even their life: the first-known deck of Tarot cards
 
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English (12)
Spanish (3)
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