Leonard Carpenter


Leonard Carpenter is a graduate of the Conservation of Natural Resources major at UC Berkeley. He has written speculative fiction stories on ecological topics and fantasy novels on social issues.
Fatal Strain, written for the Ted Turner Tomorrow Award contest, is an effort to address and call attention to the greatest challenge facing humanity today.
Len’s latest project, now complete, is Lusitania Lost, a speculative historical novel recounting the final voyage of the luxury liner sunk by a U-boat in World War I.

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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 104,620. Language: English. Published: September 29, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
Biohacker is a near-future medical thriller about a designer plague. The anonymous computer and gene hacker, a physician/stalker obsessed with reducing Earth's population, announces his intent in highly personal emails to journalists Will and Eva Warner. They soon realize that the plague's creator must be one of the team they've been helping to fight the Blackpox epidemic. But which one?

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  • Pier 77 on Feb. 08, 2013
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    Once you get into this book you won't be able to stop reading. It kept me up all night. Don't read the extended description, just trust this author keep you guessing as karma unfolds. Most of it is shocking, but so, evidently, is the life that Leonard Wise has lived between New York to Hollywood. There's a lot to be learned from this unique American voice and unbeatable spirit. This is one of his best.