Dr Deakin and Professor Quigley, working within a government laboratory near Cambridge, discovered that it was the aim of MI6 with the support of the CIA, to assassinate all leaders of ISIS, Al-Qaeda and Boko Haram by means of their patient, Leonard Selby, code named “The Porcupine Man”. Following Selby's ingestion of poisonous substances in a suicide attempt, a deadly virus developed within Selby's bloodstream that finally manifested itself within a lesion on his right palm. When Dr Deakin and Professor Quigley decided it was their duty to expose this project as amoral they discovered that it was impossible, due to the intense security in the complex This book details the various ramifications and interwoven situations surrounding and resulting from the manipulation of Leonard Selby, “The Porcupine Man”, and the final incredible denouement.
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About the Author
Peter M. Sellers was born in 1932. He was educated at The Hulme Grammar School, Oldham, Lancashire. His favourite activities are antiques and woodland management. He is a Chartered Surveyor with forty-six years' experience within a major Civil Engineering PLC company, followed by five years as Scottish and Northern England Consultant to the Denham Syndicate at Lloyd's Underwriters. He was engaged as visiting lecturer by Manchester University for five years on Civil Engineering law and contract procedure. He operated his own company for fifteen years, advising and acting for construction companies involved in claims and disputes. He is married to Margaret and has two children. His only other two literary efforts were in self-publishing, including the first ever book written recording the history and manufacture of glass ornaments made from dumped glass entitled ,”Victorian Dumps, Paper Weights, Mantel Ornaments, Doorstops & Whimsies 1820-1914” which was followed by “The Anatomy of a Construction Company, 1934-2006”.