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Vector

When a politically-connected real estate group begins to develop a resort on Plum Island in Long Island Sound, the former USDA animal disease research station becomes a deadly bioweapon threatening 20 million New Yorkers.

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Title: Vector
TV Pilot: Created and Written by Leslie Davis
Genre: SciFi/Political Thriller (Biologic Epidemic)
Female Lead (Epidemiologist)
Locale: Plum Island, Long Island and New York Metro Area
Skills: Medical, Politics, Scuba, Helicopter
Subgenres: Political, Suspense, Drama
Tagline: What you can't see can kill you!

Submitted: March 5, 2020
Last Updated: March 7, 2020

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The Writer: Leslie Davis

Leslie Davis lives at the base of Mount Greylock ( site of Harry Potter's Llvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry) in New England with his wife Caroline who writes paranormal fiction. Before screenwriting, Leslie designed numerous award-winning games for Simulations Publications and Avalon Hill and published historical articles in Strategy & Tactics Magazine. Leslie has also worked as a software product manager, technical writer, game designer, logic puzzle editor, movie reviewer, mailman, and cat collector. Influenced by Alfred Hitchcock's classic suspense films, Leslie writes "ordinary person in extraordinary situation" screenplays that often include supernatural elements. The... Go to bio

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