A lethal virus, insidious plot, adventure, romance, excitement, infectious ready

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A lethal virus, insidious plot, adventure, romance, excitement, infectious…

Ecuador, the long-awaited sequel to the O Trilogy – high stake battles, political intrigue, mystery, kidnapping, suspense, and romance as old friends and new, chase a lethal virus hatched in an insidious plot. From Rio to the Amazon, Quito to Bogotá, familiar characters, like old shoes, walk us through a kaleidoscope of adventure:  Nusmen, Old Man Shuskin, Sheilla and, of course, Jim, Brush, and Glenda. A team of some of the world’s best hackers and researchers from the secret biological laboratory in Washington State support multiple hair-raising missions. Colombian rebels with unexpected charm and integrity link up to aid Jim’s team. Throughout, Colonel Johnson battles himself and his past while attempting to blend his professional life with a normal home life with his family. In Jim’s absence, Heather oversees their remote ranch with starlit skies, glass apples, and dangerous predators. While their young son Pedro attempts to fit into a white America. A shock ending lurks along the dark edges of the story and finally comes to light in its last pages. Available through most sellers. Release date May 5, 2020. rsperry.com 

   

RS Perry
RS Perry is a writer, scientist and adventurer who has sailed across the Atlantic in a small sailboat and been to the bottom of the Pacific in Alvin, the Woods Hole deep submersible. When he is not studying microbes and early life at Imperial College London, he can be found organizing the UK and European Space Design Competitions. He is a screenwriter and member of the Writers guild of America West. Dr Perry loves the Earth’s wild areas, flying, diving and exploring deserts. Before doing a late PhD, he owned a remote ranch in north central Washington State. Educated at the University of Washington he received a Phd in Earth Sciences and a NASA certification in Astrobiology. He has published widely in geochemistry, microbiology, origin of life, linguistics and education. In his spare time he likes to paint.He received a National Science Foundation International fellowship to the University of Oxford and was awarded a Royal Society Fellowship at and Imperial College London where he remains as a Senior Research Scientist. He splits his time between Northern Michigan and London.

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