Jon Smith (born 19 December 1975) is a British writer of fiction, non-fiction, screenplays and musical theatre.
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... The first major crisis in Jon Smith's life was the Hades Project, a deadly and sinister viral experiment ... Sophia Russell, Jon Smith's fiancée and coworker, recognizes some of the symptoms as being similar to the Monkey Blood Virus that she discovered in Peru along with Victor Tremont ... Meanwhile, Jon is returning to Fort Detrick after an assignment and is attacked by a number of rogue assassins, whom he dispatches after a couple of close shaves, much to the surprise of their leader ...
... for Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID, a real military organization), Jon Smith continues to wander without meaning in his life, upset by the death of his fiancée ... man by the name of Nathaniel "Fred" Klein, approaches Jon for his first assignment the extraction of a Russian military scientist named Yuri Danko, whom, by coincidence, is also a good friend of ... Although Jon reaches Yuri and exchanges words with him, Danko is murdered by a pair of Sicilian assassins ...
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