Featured Book – Ebola In The Garden Of Eden – A Sci-Fi Novel – The Cover Notes

I wrote this book a number of years ago and it has become particularly pertinent following both the Ebola outbreaks and the rapid rise of AI and Automation which is rapidly making our workforce redundant.

What do we do with that surplus population?

These are the cover notes:

The Synod

The Synod is a group of the world’s top politicians who received their orders from ‘upstairs’ – a shady group of billionaires who pull the strings. There is concern that the huge population is out of control. It is no longer economically viable. The problems now exceed the profits. It is time to take drastic action.

The Scientist

Science is pure. Working with the genome is expanding knowledge. The ethics can be left to the politicians to worry about.

Mickel’s Syndrome

Mikel’s Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder of partial trisomy creating a slight difference in biochemistry but a large difference in a person.

A crisis precipitated

There is a law that whatever can go wrong will go wrong. Evolution is the survival of the fittest.

The future

The future is where it all starts.


If you are tempted to have a read of one of my Sci-fi books in either paperback or digital I have provided some links below:

My best Sci-fi books in the USA:


Ebola in the Garden of Eden








Starturn – Intergalactic Rockstar





Sorting The Future




My best Sci-fi books in the UK:


Ebola In The Garden Of Eden.




Sorting The Future








Starturn – Intergalactic Rockstar



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