He kicked the leather chair away and instantly the rope snapped tight.
His lungs burned and the veins in his face felt close to bursting. His brown eyes bulged as if in surprise. But he had to die. It was his only option.
Human experiments in Zimbabwe. An Australian farmer’s death. A Sydney CEO’s suicide. These events are linked in the mind of one woman, Serena Swift, a ballsy advertising director with a guilty conscience who takes on the world’s most powerful biotech company – Gene-Asis.
Serena hooks up with a hacker and disguises herself to infiltrate Gene-Asis in an attempt to expose the company’s horrific genetic experiments. She little realises her investigations are being watched.
Suddenly Swift’s informants disappear, she is hunted by a hired killer and framed for murder. Chased from Sydney to New York, she must face the man she fears most, on his own turf.
If she fails, nothing can stop a global catastrophe. And nobody can help her – except a dead man.
The Genesis Flaw is spine-chillingly pertinent for our times and will grip readers from beginning to end.