Drugs to Forget

Martin Granger


 


May 31, 2018

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If you hanker for fast-moving adventure novels look no further. Clearly Mr Granger is a name to watch’
Barry Forshaw, CrimeTime Magazine

There's a deadly Ebola outbreak, but who started it? 

When film director Nathalie Thompson is commissioned to make a programme on bioterrorism, a sudden Ebola outbreak in Harare takes her on a dangerous detour to Central Africa. Posing as a Western activist and campaigner for the rights of Africans, Nathalie must investigate the involvement of a Zimbabwean terrorist group. But when a young colleague unearths a suspicious laboratory in eastern Java that may be producing biochemical weapons, Nathalie is immersed in a violent world of corruption and bioterrorism, which is closer to home than she thinks.

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About the author

Martin Granger
Martin Granger  Martin has been making documentary films for thirty years. In that time he has won more than 100 international film awards. His work has ranged from directing BBC’s Horizon to producing a BAFTA nominated science series for Channel 4. His novels, although fiction, are based upon his experience in the film industry. He lives in Wimbledon with his wife Jacqueline
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