JOMTIEN, Thailand (PRWEB) May 24, 2013
In his pulse-quickening novel, “The AIDS Covenant” (published by AuthorHouse), author Roy Harris asks the question, “Do you trust your government?”
In the “The AIDS Covenant,” readers meet Dr. Owen Hughes, who is killed en route to London’s Heathrow Airport. His American colleague, Alan Milner of BAYMED Laboratories of San Francisco, is left waiting for him to arrive at his Sierra Nevada ski-lodge.
When news of Owen’s death surfaces, Alan has doubts about the government’s report. When Alan learns that Owen was killed after learning of the government’s concealment of a cure for AIDS, he is determined to finish the investigation his friend started. Like Owen, he doesn't get far before also being mysteriously killed, but there are others seeking to uncover the government's conspiracy.
Harris’s bold debut novel provides compelling food for thought as it examines the culture of secrecy within international governments and the struggle of the ordinary man to access critical information.
About the Author
Roy Harris is a retired British Rubber Manufacturer who now resides amongst the rubber plantations of Thailand's Eastern Seaboard. During his eclectic career he also ran a travel agency and a fashion boutique in California and a small computer maintenance company based in England and Ireland. He travelled extensively and is enjoying devoting more time to his love of writing in his retirement.
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