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About the author


Dr. Ken Peters is an Int'l Economist, specializing in the Healthcare and Biotechnology industries and their impact on worldwide markets. He's been involved in the fortune 500 Healthcare industry as an executive for more than three decades, traveling and living in Europe, South America, and Africa. He has been highlighted in the Wall Street Journal, published in various healthcare trade journals, a recipient of Dx Health Care Awards, and noted in "Who's Who in American Entrepreneurs." Dr. Peters has been three times a guest scholar, at the University of Shanghai, lecturing on International Business and is currently lecturing at the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University in Miami, Florida.

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The Cure
by Ken Peters

Overview


Once, Africa belonged to the families that resided in Her vast lands. She belonged to the people who grew in the shadow of Kilimanjaro to the fertile plains of the Serengeti. By the late 20th century, Africa's minerals, crops, and oil was being ripped from the soil and sold across the world leeching European industrialists. The tribal culture was no longer a fit for the urban world as a man could no longer measure his wealth by the number of cows he owned but instead, he began to measure his wealth by the number of children he sired. With promiscuity in the emerging cities and industrial human encroachment into the bush, so came the dreaded HIV virus. A company in South Africa develops a vaccine, but when a plot is hatched by a Group of Six Old World European Families to change the vaccine and cripple the continent, Africa is on the brink of another catastrophe.
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Once, Africa belonged to the families that resided in Her vast lands. She belonged to the people who grew in the shadow of Kilimanjaro to the fertile plains of the Serengeti. By the late 20th century, Africa's minerals, crops, and oil was being ripped from the soil and sold across the world leeching European industrialists. The tribal culture was no longer a fit for the urban world as a man could no longer measure his wealth by the number of cows he owned but instead, he began to measure his wealth by the number of children he sired. With promiscuity in the emerging cities and industrial human encroachment into the bush, so came the dreaded HIV virus. A company in South Africa develops a vaccine, but when a plot is hatched by a Group of Six Old World European Families to change the vaccine and cripple the continent, Africa is on the brink of another catastrophe. "The Cure" is a novel of biological espionage. A sinister group of mercenaries attempts to alter a vaccine that will result in the crippling of the African people. Can the Biotechnologist that helped developed the vaccine expose their plot and save the people?
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Overview


Once, Africa belonged to the families that resided in Her vast lands. She belonged to the people who grew in the shadow of Kilimanjaro to the fertile plains of the Serengeti. By the late 20th century, Africa's minerals, crops, and oil was being ripped from the soil and sold across the world leeching European industrialists. The tribal culture was no longer a fit for the urban world as a man could no longer measure his wealth by the number of cows he owned but instead, he began to measure his wealth by the number of children he sired. With promiscuity in the emerging cities and industrial human encroachment into the bush, so came the dreaded HIV virus. A company in South Africa develops a vaccine, but when a plot is hatched by a Group of Six Old World European Families to change the vaccine and cripple the continent, Africa is on the brink of another catastrophe.

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Description


Once, Africa belonged to the families that resided in Her vast lands. She belonged to the people who grew in the shadow of Kilimanjaro to the fertile plains of the Serengeti. By the late 20th century, Africa's minerals, crops, and oil was being ripped from the soil and sold across the world leeching European industrialists. The tribal culture was no longer a fit for the urban world as a man could no longer measure his wealth by the number of cows he owned but instead, he began to measure his wealth by the number of children he sired. With promiscuity in the emerging cities and industrial human encroachment into the bush, so came the dreaded HIV virus. A company in South Africa develops a vaccine, but when a plot is hatched by a Group of Six Old World European Families to change the vaccine and cripple the continent, Africa is on the brink of another catastrophe. "The Cure" is a novel of biological espionage. A sinister group of mercenaries attempts to alter a vaccine that will result in the crippling of the African people. Can the Biotechnologist that helped developed the vaccine expose their plot and save the people?

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Thrillers

Language:English

Pages:150

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098351854

Paperback ISBN:9781098351847


Overview


Once, Africa belonged to the families that resided in Her vast lands. She belonged to the people who grew in the shadow of Kilimanjaro to the fertile plains of the Serengeti. By the late 20th century, Africa's minerals, crops, and oil was being ripped from the soil and sold across the world leeching European industrialists. The tribal culture was no longer a fit for the urban world as a man could no longer measure his wealth by the number of cows he owned but instead, he began to measure his wealth by the number of children he sired. With promiscuity in the emerging cities and industrial human encroachment into the bush, so came the dreaded HIV virus. A company in South Africa develops a vaccine, but when a plot is hatched by a Group of Six Old World European Families to change the vaccine and cripple the continent, Africa is on the brink of another catastrophe.

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Description


Once, Africa belonged to the families that resided in Her vast lands. She belonged to the people who grew in the shadow of Kilimanjaro to the fertile plains of the Serengeti. By the late 20th century, Africa's minerals, crops, and oil was being ripped from the soil and sold across the world leeching European industrialists. The tribal culture was no longer a fit for the urban world as a man could no longer measure his wealth by the number of cows he owned but instead, he began to measure his wealth by the number of children he sired. With promiscuity in the emerging cities and industrial human encroachment into the bush, so came the dreaded HIV virus. A company in South Africa develops a vaccine, but when a plot is hatched by a Group of Six Old World European Families to change the vaccine and cripple the continent, Africa is on the brink of another catastrophe. "The Cure" is a novel of biological espionage. A sinister group of mercenaries attempts to alter a vaccine that will result in the crippling of the African people. Can the Biotechnologist that helped developed the vaccine expose their plot and save the people?

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About the author


Dr. Ken Peters is an Int'l Economist, specializing in the Healthcare and Biotechnology industries and their impact on worldwide markets. He's been involved in the fortune 500 Healthcare industry as an executive for more than three decades, traveling and living in Europe, South America, and Africa. He has been highlighted in the Wall Street Journal, published in various healthcare trade journals, a recipient of Dx Health Care Awards, and noted in "Who's Who in American Entrepreneurs." Dr. Peters has been three times a guest scholar, at the University of Shanghai, lecturing on International Business and is currently lecturing at the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University in Miami, Florida.

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