Other Novels Weatherman Harry, exiled to the Hebrides, detects something rotten in the very English greenhouse of his boss, "Thunderhead Ted". Harry's Scottish mathematician friend, Duffy, living in France, thinks it's a decaying red herring. Duffy's Danish colleague Mark, working at the particle physics laboratory CERN, straddling France and Switzerland, hints at putrefaction from cosmic rays. Irish anthropologist Kate in Siberia links it to the thawing of her mammoth. But commonsense, internet-using Susan puts the blame on her fat-headed brother. Mud, mammoths and intergalactic cosmic rays form the background to this contemporary tale of global warming, in which Kate, Harry, Duffy and Mark team up internationally to confront Thunderhead Ted with an alternative to the widely-believed “greenhouse gas” hypothesis. They meet with severe opposition, for Thunderhead Ted sits on the British Government's scientific advisory council and the greenhouse gas hypothesis is deeply entrenched. The reputations of its advocates are at stake as well as the credibility of the politicians who have acted upon their advice. Considerable sums have been invested, international conferences convened in the belief that climate change is the result of “greenhouse gases”. But is it true? Although a work of fiction, this romance is based on verifiable scientific evidence which indicates that the greenhouse gas hypothesis could well turn out to be the greatest red herring of our time! The word is out. Despite relentless efforts by the military and religious authorities, the notorious Nazarine insurgent is still at large. He is said to be in the north of the country reviving his rebellious “Kingdom” movement. The Roman Military Governor, in conjunction with the Council’s guards, is combing the country to arrest this dangerous rebel. A secret journal kept by one of the Nazarine’s closest disciples is now being published under the title “Triple Agent”. This outrageous journal, originally begun as an account of a formal investigation by the Council into the activities of the subversive “Kingdom” mouvement, has become an undercover account of deceitful duplicity in high places. The author of the journal, seduced by the charisma of the mouvement’s leader, and blinded by the promise of power and riches, abandoned his allegiance to traditional values to follow the doctrines of the nefarious Nazarine. He uses a pseudonym to hide his criminal treachery and avoid detection and arrest. Any person knowing his real identity is urged immediately to make public this crucial information. To browse at Amazon Kindle UK - click here To browse at Amazon Kindle USA - click here To browse at Amazon Kindle UK - click here To browse at Amazon Kindle USA - click here To see the Siberian Summer TRAILER - click here To browse the paperback at Amazon USA - click here To browse the paperback at Amazon UK - click here To browse the paperback at Wordery - click here