By Stafford Ray

An international tale of intrigue and conspiracy. Originally conceived as a play set in The White House, this political thriller is impossible to put down. Harry Fromm, ambassador for the US, finds himself party to an international conspiracy to solve the twin problems of overpopulation and climate change by destroying half the world's population. Pursued by the CIA across the US and into Canada, he is aided and protected by his Russian friend Yuri. When Harry and Yuri are arrested by Canadian Police, the violent deaths of more than three billion people seem inevitable.

Book Details

  • Author: 238
  • Paperback: 424 pages
  • Publisher: JoJo Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2014-12-01
  • ISBN: 978-0-9876077-0-6
  • ASIN: 0987607707
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About the author: Stafford Ray

Batemans Bay NSW

Stafford Ray’s concern for the environment and social issues has always driven his writing — from poetry, plays to fiction. His first novel, Cull, reads as a page turner but beneath this a deeper tension is revealed. His latest novel, Australian Gulag ­ A Love Story, deals with the issues surrounding offshore detention and the personal tragedies of those caught up in the system.