Kill by Cure
‘Kill by Cure’ is a gripping story about a deadly and nefarious plot set in the past, present and future, a time hopping mystery adventure packed with war, conspiracy, betrayal, friendship, danger, excitement, rhymes, riddles and clues. Can you work out who’s behind it all before the characters do? Can you decide who the villains are before they are exposed? Special pre-order price. More
‘Kill by Cure’ is a gripping story about a deadly and nefarious plot set in the past, present and future, a time hopping mystery adventure packed with war, conspiracy, betrayal, friendship, danger, excitement, rhymes, riddles and clues. Can you work out who’s behind it all before the characters do? Can you decide who the villains are before they are exposed? SPECIAL PRE-ORDER PRICE.
By the author of the T’Quel Trilogy, the Planet Wolf Series and the Dragon Wulf Trilogy.
A story about double cross, war, mystery and adventure.
Where? Scotland, France, Russia, Denmark and Switzerland.
Eras? The past, the present and the future.
What happens if a rich, corrupt, unethical, wicked, unscrupulous and powerful individual wants more? A deadly and nefarious plot, that’s what. Conspiracy theories, rhymes and riddles. A disease that might wipe out mankind.
Life and death on the Western Front during the First World War: -
‘When he looked back into the shell hole Captain Hubert had been transformed into a shredded mess of flesh and material … Kenneth … felt the bullets whistling past his head … too close ... He flung himself to the ground and found himself staring at a foot, just a foot … felt the first bullet hit ... It was as if a heavyweight-boxing champion had punched him very hard in the shoulder. He saw … young face looking at him … no hope at all but he couldn’t articulate a word, blacking out a few seconds later’.
A terrible disease: -
‘… the disease is moving rapidly, much faster than the original estimates. Suffice to say that there is no way a new cure can be manufactured … Mankind’s only chance is to go back in time and find the original…’
The Iron Age: -.
‘The tribesman was carrying water in a leather holder. Catriona took it with a smile ... “We have to get you back to the Time Unit,” she whispered … “The dressing is a temporary one. I can’t fix you up properly … Mike managed to stand up without his knees buckling. Tangu had left them … to get help. Car Darwl … gave him a small, plaited gold ring she was wearing on her little finger … “Lean on me,” she instructed … The two struggled down the bank, over the rough causeway and up the other side and … as they reached the ground contact point, a beam of light appeared …’
The villains: -
“… You know what this means, don’t you? There is another Time Unit out there somewhere.”
“Impossible!” cried Fraser.
“Unit Covert,” breathed Catriona.
‘Catriona swung round to face the figure ... Her laser sword was in her hand ... switched on the power ... thrum reverberating up her arm. “Don’t come any closer,” she threatened.
“I always knew it would be you who might put a spanner in the works,” he said. “You’re too clever for your own good. I underestimated you once, more than once ... I won’t make that mistake again.”
“...you always knew it would be me?”
“... you would fathom it all out.”
“... you kept me close to keep an eye on me. You never cared for me.”
“Five million is a lot of credit. Now, you know you can’t beat me in a fight. Be a good girl and switch off the sword.” ‘
The rhymes: -
‘Eeny, meeny, miny, moe,
Catch a tiger by the toe.
If he screams, let him go,
Eeny, meeny, miny, moe.’
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