The Malthus Pandemic

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A virologist with extreme views on population control has created a new virus - 'Malthus A'. International crime investigator, Daniel Capelli, unravels a plot to help spread the virus in return for profits from treatments and counterfeit drugs. But can Capelli and his colleagues in London, USA, Thailand, Egypt, Kenya and Nigeria persuade politicians and international crime agencies to act in time? More
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About Terry Morgan

Terry Morgan has been writing stories and poetry for over twenty five years, mostly while he “lived out of a suitcase”, travelling with his own exporting business. With over seventy countries under his belt (some of them so many times he lost count) he now lives with his Thai wife, Yung, in Petchabun, Thailand with occasional visits back to friends and family in the Forest of Dean and the Cotswold valleys around Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK.
He writes novels with a strong international, business and political flavor and, when he finds time, less serious political satire and humor.
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Review by: Hannes Birnbacher on June 1, 2016 : (no rating)
A fantastic plot it is. A little boring it is, too. Or at least no light entertainment. Three stars from me, meaning "good SF".

Remark: In my system, five stars is reserved for the most important SF of world literature, e.g. "1984" from George Orwell, and four stars for those I consider all-time best, for example Michael Crichton or some novels from Larry Niven.
This leaves three stars for most of really good Indie SF, but as everybody else at Smashworts does rate a SF novel at five stars if he liked it, I was detoriating the average rating of Smashwords authors I like best! So I decided to change my previous reviews, one by one, and repost them without the smashwords rating. Watch out for my rating in the review text instead!
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Review by: ahoi on July 7, 2014 :
What a fantastic plot! I enjoyed the reading
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Review by: gruff2 on Jan. 16, 2014 :
Anchored firmly in the present, no high tech Bond style gadgets, just good old fashioned detective work. Gritty descriptions of the international locations, compelling plot and poignant rants about the inadequacy of democratic institutions and persuasive insight on the inner workings of the global establishment. Easy reading and difficult to put down once started. Enjoyable read.
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)

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