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Killing Tomorrow

Peter Hill

A near-future thriller in which two couples, British investigative journalist Fleur Nicholls and her American lover documentary film maker Jo Kendry; and microbiologist Dr. Simone Gofre and her devoted partner Auriol, become embroiled in an international conspiracy involving the CIA, MI5, Al Qaeda and the threat of a global catastrophe.

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Who would deliberately set out to precipitate a global pandemic and why?

The first book in the series 'Evolutions Path', is an international terrorist thriller, set in the near-future, with a fast-moving storyline that alternates between Britain, America, Pakistan and New Zealand.

ISIS struggles on, Al Qaeda has been reborn and in this dangerously overpopulated world the war on terror continues, ever more vicious and amoral.

In the outer reaches of the CIA, where Don Costello operates, and the inner sanctum of MI5, where Wenna Cavendish is head of the Eastern Desk, conflicting plans are put into operation.

Meanwhile, the lives of two disparate couples, high-profile journalist Fleur Nichols and her American lover, documentary filmmaker Joe Kendry; and microbiologist Dr. Simone Gofre and her doting partner Auriol, become inextricably linked. At first all they have in common is a powerful and self-absorbed devotion—but…

When the worlds of the lovers, the terrorists and the Security Services collide, potent emotional bonds are shattered and the effect on their lives and our world is catastrophic.

Peter Hill has recently returned to novel writing after a successful career as a writer and script editor for many famous TV drama series both in the UK and New Zealand where he now lives. He is the author of the internationally published British police detective books ‘The Staunton and Wyndsor Series’ and ‘The Commander Allan Dice Books’ books written in the 1970s and now available as eBooks.

Now writing in a different genre of near and far-future fiction, 'Killing Tomorrow', Peter's new novel, is alarmingly prescient and relevant to circumstances in today's world.

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