Everything To Lose (A Lambeth Group Thriller)

Everything To Lose (A Lambeth Group Thriller)

by Gordon Bickerstaff

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Overview

University researchers claim that their new product will boost the performance of every athlete in the world. The Lambeth Group send a scientist, Gavin Shawlens, to investigate the claim.

The product is stolen, top athletes disappear, and the research team are unaware that their product has a dangerous side-effect. Gavin must stop the product launch before more people die horribly. When Gavin disappears – Zoe Tampsin, from the Lambeth Group, must find him before he becomes the next victim.

As if Zoe doesn't have enough on her plate. Past events in Gavin's life catch up with him. A powerful US general decides that Gavin must die to prevent exposure of a 60-year-old secret capable of world-changing and power-shifting events.

The chase is on…

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151703857
Publisher: Gordon Bickerstaff
Publication date: 02/28/2015
Series: A Lambeth Group Thriller , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 728 KB

About the Author

Gordon Bickerstaff was born and raised in Glasgow but spent his student years in Edinburgh. On summer vacations, he learned plumbing, garden maintenance, and he cut the grass in the Meadows.

He learned some biochemistry and taught it for a while before he retired to write fiction. He does some aspects of DIY moderately well and other aspects not so well. He gets very tired when it's time to clean up the mess.

He lives with his wife in the west of Scotland where corrupt academics, mystery, murder and intrigue exists mostly in his mind. He is the author of the Gavin Shawlens series of thrillers: Deadly Secrets, Everything To Lose, and The Black Fox.

He enjoys walking, 60s & 70s music, reading and travel.

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