Toronto, Canada, November 01, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Author Bert Hunnersen embarks upon a suspenseful journey of scientific discovery and corporate corruption in this thriller set in 2011. Clone “D”: The Beginning shows exactly how medical advancement for the good of mankind will inevitably bring about greed, deceit and sinister behavior.
Blending mystery, intrigue and even comedic moments, Hunnersen’s story takes place in a changing world. The discoveries and potential benefits are so overwhelming that even the Pope wishes to become involved. However, it is clear he has no idea what he is embarking upon. The excitement spreads as the new World Monetary Fund, the World Court, the President of the United States, many religious leaders, and the president of the world’s largest bank all wish to have a part in exciting medical advancements.
Nothing like this has ever been seen before. Sickness and disease can now be cured; hunger is being wiped out; unemployment does not exist; free medical insurance covers the world population; dictators are illegal; and nuclear arms have been eliminated. It all sounds perfect, but it is only the beginning of major upheavals and disaster, as the world, its leaders, and corrupt business people dreaming of windfall profits all want a piece of the action. As Bert Hansen of Monroe Diversified Corp. discovers, successful drugs and scientific achievements are simply not enough; secret laboratories are working on the unthinkable.
ISBN: 978-1-4327-1918-0 Format: 5.5 x 8.5 SRP: $16.95
Genre: Science Fiction
About the Author:
A former instructor and supervisor for various major electronics companies, Bert Hunnersen is a European immigrant living in Toronto, Canada. When he is not writing novels, Mr. Hunnersen is a volunteer at an inner-city hospital and local community centers, where he has taught technology to underprivileged residents.
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