Without a shot being fired, any country with a little know-how could cripple the world economy by spreading a virus. A century ago, the Spanish influenza caused millions of deaths in over two years. COVID-19 has spread much more rapidly thanks to air travel. The big question is: was it manufactured and released, was it a mistake like SARS, or was it caused by animals? COVID-19 first appeared in Wuhan, Central China, at the start of December 2019 but was kept a secret until a young ophthalmologist wrote about it on the last day of that year. He was held for spreading lies and sadly died of the disease. The finger of suspicion points to China. This book written in March 2020 is fiction but was eminently possible. At the time of writing, I was unaware that virology laboratories or an animal market even existed in Wuhan. Many eminent people have warned us of the dangers of pandemics over the past decade but no one was prepared, except perhaps the perpetrators. It has been a pandemic across the world and will have lasting repercussions. Anyone or anything might have caused it, but the question on everyone’s lips is: ‘who did’?