Two states are under siege of an unknown strain of meningitis outbreak among children...
Eight highly reputable laboratories are in the race for a potent cure within the shortest time possible...
Of the lot, only IngoSmart is on the threshold of coming up with a deliverable vaccine, but this is so because scientists there are using indigent children kidnapped from the streets as guinea pigs. It is a well kept secret, right up to that night Dr. Adeishi Omini opened the door she mistook for the antigens storage room.
Consequently for Adeishi, her inadvertent discovery has led to the gruesome murder of her boyfriend and set her on the run for her life. What she has discovered hidden in the dark basement mustn't reach the knowledge of the outside world. IngoSmart's owner, Morgan Nicholson, has sent killers on her trail and nothing will stand in the way of their finding her.
But another figure deep within has a different plan in mind. Working in synergy with Obed Ringim, an ex-army investigator, the duo are bent on thwarting IngoSmart's every move concerning the use of children for an unwholesome experiment. But for their plan to work, first, they will have to be quick enough to locate Adeishi and, possibly, her shadow confederate, Mike Ellams, before the wealthy American's assassins can rid the one major witness of her life.
|Publisher:||Rogue Phoenix Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)|
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The novel To Cure! is a thriller novel that holds your interest from the first page to the last page. The novel takes us into the world of scientific research and what a pharmaceutical company will due, including making a pack with the evil, to reach its goal. Adeishi, a scientist at IngoSmart Laboratories, stumbles upon a horrifying secret in the basement of her company's building. The company's secret takes her on a perilous journey through Hell on Earth. I recommend this novel for readers of suspense, mystery or thriller novels. I give the novel four stars! Reviewed by G. L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.