Cheap SciFi reads from Kindle

March 2, 2012 at 4:21 pm Leave a comment

In our world where synthetic life has become the new reality, Broken Evolution is the ground-breaking biotech thriller for our time. On the verge of retirement, a Congressional Senator is murdered in his home. Struggling CIA biotech analyst Joshua Harker finds himself assigned to unravel the mysterious murder. Harker’s hunt for evidence leads him across the globe, into the highest levels of a Japanese cartel engaged in covert, unethical genetic research. When he discovers Takara – a lover from his own past – married to the tycoon behind the assassination, Harker begins to suspect he is being used – but by which side?

His new territory of black ops espionage leads Harker on into the darkest depths of a criminal underworld; a world where nothing is as it first appears. Together with Takara, they must confront their past and are forced to make decisions for all our futures. When they discover the ultimate truth of the assassin’s identity, the secret rips apart all their lives. This technothriller, charged with espionage and intrigue, races toward a heart-stopping climax and a heart-breaking conclusion that will shatter our society … for generations to come.

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