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By: Michael Heath

Seeds of Empires

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An illegal and immoral international trade in unborn human foetuses, assassinations of senior priests of the Catholic Church and serious attempts on his own life requiring audacious and challenging methods of escape. This is the dangerous world that former pharmaceutical International Clinical Development Director, Max Hart, finds himself embroiled in whilst attempting to unravel the reasons for these appalling events and the so-called ‘Great Plan’ that is driving them, in which his antagonists include the Mafia, ‘Big Pharma’ and the Vatican itself. Armed only with his unquenchable cutting sense of humour and surprisingly assisted by an arm of the Vatican’s own covert self-regulatory body, the OCA, his quest takes him from the UK to Germany and then Italy before the full truth of the affair, in which his three antagonists are criminally implicated, is finally violently exposed at a glittering Princeton soirée attended by Government politicians, international medical leaders and the press at the mansion of his former employer, condemning the three global institutions to positions from which they may never recover...if it is ever allowed to be reported! 

Nottingham born, ‘Baby Boomer’, Michael Heath obtained a master’s Degree for research in Kidney Transplantation and a PhD for work completed on Rheumatoid Arthritis treatment, whilst working in Pathology Laboratories within the UK National Health Service. He later moved into the commercial pharmaceutical sector, in the Clinical Development of new drugs, working globally and for a time living and working in Italy. In his writing he draws on experiences gained during those times and first tentatively put pen to paper in ‘novel form’ ten years ago. He is married and has two daughters, two granddaughters, and one grandson.


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  • Alastair Brown

    Plenty of suspense in this superb thriller through the eyes of the main character who explores the illegal trade in unborn human foetuses.

  • Evie Lewis

    An excellent, compelling page-turner, the gritty action being perfectly balanced by the inspired humour of the main character, Max Hart

  • Isabella Dean

    Such an enjoyable read! Could hardly put it down. Great suspense in this excellent novel.

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