Black Monday

A genetically engineered microbe - an oil eater - has been inserted into the world's petroleum supply and stops it dead. Planes fall from the sky. Cars stop in their tracks. Food can't be delivered. Governments fall and neighbors fight neighbors for heating oil and food. On Marion Street in Washington, DC, a group of neighbors must survive and protect each other as one of them - a Centers for Disease Control Microbe Hunter - thinks he may be able to track the source of the infection. No one listens to him. If the oil bug isn't killed, soon the collapse will reach the point of no return. (written under the name of R. Scott Reiss)

Reviews for the work of Bob Reiss

Fiction
"White Plague" received numerous raves. "Stunning," said Linda Fairstein. "Relentless action and suspense," said Alex Berenson. Steve Berry: "A stellar novel of action, adventure and intrigue." John Sanford: "Fast, well written entertainment wrapped around something to think about." Lisa Gardner: "A bone thrilling chiller." Booklist gave it a starred review. Kirkus Reviews called the author, "...a master of this chilled universe."
The side effect of a new drug heightens human intuition to an astounding degree. Who will control the drug?
A genetically engineered microbe has stopped the world's petroleum supply. If an antidote isn't found within 50 days, the collapse will reach the point of no return. "The book is very good and interesting and makes you think." - Good Morning America
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Raised together, trained together, married to each other, this cadre of Soviet spies is trapped in the US as the Soviet Union collapses.
Non-Fiction
“The Coming Storm is the most readable and intelligent summary of global warming science and politics I have read.” Bill McKibben,
--New York Observer
2. Novel
The novel examines how far a free society can and should go in combating terrorism.