Become entangled in a situation of danger, corruption and espionage:
Seth Rogan was a shitty spy. Actually, he wasn't a spy at all. Just a guy trying to do the right thing. As a biologist for the largest biotech company in the world, he had a great job, and thoroughly enjoyed all the perks. But when asked to do some tests on the company's genetically engineered (GMO) foods, he became entangled in a trail of corruption, fraud and conspiracy that he wanted no part of, but could not escape from. In a story of mystery and intrigue so true to life it could almost be from today's newspapers, Seth, having bit the hand who fed him, is on the run from them, and the full overreaching power of the United States government, not as a whistleblower, but as a fugitive, charged with the crime of espionage, who finds temporary refuge with an old enemy of the U.S. But his peace is about to be broken as he finds himself in the role of an involuntary spy.
Go with our hero on a roller coaster thrill ride of death games and cat and mouse espionage:
Seth follows his instincts and does what he thinks is right, but faces death and danger at every twist and turn. Is this genetic engineering science or science fiction? Fleeing the country like Edward Snowden, Seth wages a game of wits against the CIA and double agents to bring the message of the dangers of genetically engineered Frankenfoods to the people.
First three chapters of "Predatory Kill," to be released in March 2014. Available here and for 99 cents and free at BitTorrent.
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