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Three Times a Killer-bookcover

By: Paul Howard Surridge

Three Times a Killer

Pages: 198 Ratings: 4.0
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A virus is in circulation in sub-Saharan Africa that has the potential to become a pandemic wreaking havoc on healthcare systems and economies worldwide. Millions will die.

The scientific community and governments work at speed to find a vaccine, but progress is slow. Research labs around the world turn their attention to this latest viral strain in an attempt to find a formula that can be manufactured in volume for global distribution. It’s a race against time.

Dr Dan Thomas was a research scientist working in such a lab to find such a vaccine, but unlike his peers, he was not content to use his talent and intellect to better the world. He had witnessed friends fast-track their careers and accumulate wealth, and he was envious. He was highly intelligent, but a flawed individual addicted to hard drugs and alcohol which affected his judgement. 

Dan’s role in the lab was pivotal. He had responsibility for workflow, monitoring and managing the progress of the lab’s research. A chance encounter with a venture capitalist at a party gave him the idea that he could prosper from stealing the intellectual rights of his employer’s vaccine research, making him a wealthy man, only to encounter challenges he hadn’t anticipated.

This tense and exciting story of one man’s quest for wealth and power reveals the lengths some are prepared to go to in an attempt to achieve their misguided ambitions. Lives are destroyed and people die.

With a keen interest in the arts, Paul has authored nine stage and screenplays over the years, as well as developing a successful career in business. His recent foray into writing novels was inspired by the COVID lockdown. In addition to writing, Paul has been a keynote speaker at business meetings in the UK, Europe, and the USA.

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  • Paulo Rosso

    An amazing story build. Despite being a killer I felt sorry for Dan Thomas the main character. Full of twists and turns.

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