Books by Edward Marriott

Released: March 1, 2003

"An overshadowed scientific reputation revived—and a chilling reminder that the Black Death remains a threat in the 21st century."
Two scientists' race to discover the cause of bubonic plague, in an account woven together with the story of the lethal disease's reappearance in India in the late 20th century and a warning about its continuing presence. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 1997

"Honest and without self-aggrandizement, and even witty in the early going, Marriott's debut is one of the best books of its kind in recent memory."
In an account redolent of early colonial adventure epics, reeking of tangible fear and foreboding, a Briton ventures into the jungle of Papua New Guinea; armed with naive curiosity, he encounters more trouble than he could have imagined. Read full book review >