By: Andrew Spielman and Michael D'Antonio
247 pages, no illustrations
An in-depth study of the tiny insect and its role in history.
'A fascinating and terrifying investigation into a vicious little killer.' Sunday Times 'Terrifying.' Evening Standard
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Andrew Spielman is Harvard University's senior specialist in tropical illness, and the current director of the Center for International Development's new effort to develop a global anti-malarial strategy. Michael D'Antonio is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.
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