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About the author:
Richard Jagger was born in Shepparton, and grew up in a bay side suburb of Melbourne, Australia. His education includes degrees in Science and International Business.
Richard has worked in the adolescent biotech industry for over ten years, employed by the world's most prominent plant biotechnology company. After twenty years of Fortune 500 company experience - living in Australia and the United States - he has witnessed the various politics and agendas of the corporate world. His work has taken him around the globe, and exposed him to research and commercialisation of biotechnology in the world's major food and fibre crops. He led the commercialisation team of the first genetically modified crop (cotton) approved in Australia.
Richard also works as a professional photographer, and enjoys sailing, surfing, painting and travel. With his wife and their black Labrador, he divides his time between Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula.
For more information on Richard's photography, painting and writing projects, please visit him at www.richardjagger.com
Dr. Andrew Moore, a prominent virologist, returns to his office in San Francisco after a conference to find a cryptic postcard from his old college roommate and ex colleague, Roger Northwood. Upon calling his friend's lab in Cambridge, Andrew learns that Roger has just been murdered by an intruder he interrupted stealing research files from the lab.
The postcard suddenly takes on new meaning as Andrew tries to discover what Roger was trying to tell him. Could it be he found a solution to the bottlenecks of their original research years ago, and was killed by people intent on stealing the valuable work?
On a journey that takes him around the world and brings him face to face with tycoons that will stop at nothing to get what they want, Andrew races against the clock not only to save the love of his life, but to unlock the secret that could cure the world's greatest epidemic...
- Publication Date:
- 1453851186 / 9781453851180
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Thrillers