Triple Helix

Triple Helix

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People go missing all the time. Most are people we have never heard of before, some are in the public eye. When Donal McBastargh, bass player with the new metal band, Lecter, apparently disappears into thin air, his father, Rory, is not prepared to sit back and let the formal police investigation proceed at its snail's pace. He enlists the help of Mike Logan who is in the early stages of setting up the Provincial Eye private inquiry agency. As Logan investigates it becomes obvious that there is far more going on than initially meets the private eye. Men of a certain genetic type have been disappearing for a number of months. Strangely, despite the obvious epidemic of disappearances, the authorities seem to show little interest. What on Earth is going on? Or does the solution to the mystery lie somewhat further afield? Triple Helix relates the story of how Mike Logan, together with an old friend from his university days and some new friends, solves the riddle of the disappearances and yet, in doing so, finds himself propelled into an adventure in even more bizarre circumstances.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 280 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 15mm | 376g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514627531
  • 9781514627532

About Keith Spratley

Keith Spratley is an ex-patriot Brit who relocated to the USA after retiring from a 34 year career in the UK defence industry. He writes in a number of genres but his first love is science fiction and his writing has a habit of returning to this theme despite diversions into technothriller and horror stories. Apart from writing his other interests include attempting to make music and paranormal investigation, though he has not yet attempted to combine the two. He is married to Morgan and they currently live in Webster, New York, with two cats, Oscar and Abby.show more