Hatfill's Bioterrorism Novel

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Steven Hatfill, the bioterrorism expert whose apartment the FBI has now searched twice in connection with last year's anthrax attacks, has written a thriller about bioterrorism. It has not been published, but NPR's David Kestenbaum got a sneak preview.



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