Chapter 1

Dr. Preston McBride removed his white lab coat from the closet, put it on, and sat at his desk. His workspace inside Novilis Pharmaceuticals was perfectly organized. All the items on his desktop were either organized in rows or aligned at ninety degrees: pens, slides, flash drives, samples, and an MP3 player. His degree from the University of San Francisco School of Medicine had been carefully aligned so it hung parallel to the edge of his computer monitor. McBride knew it was annoying—Kendra had suggested more than once that he may want relax just a tiny bit—but order was like gravity in Pres's universe: without it, everything just flew apart. Even Ethan Willis, another virologist who worked nearby and was also something of a neat freak, couldn't compare.

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