It is 1998 -- or Doomsday minus forty years, according to renowned NASA scientist Dr. Roger Belacqua. When Terry Bancroft, a young assistant editor in New York City, comes across his mysterious, unsolicited manuscript, she realizes that its horrific conclusions must be made public. What she cannot imagine is the staggering impact of The Doomsday Report on her own life and the whole world: By the time it becomes a bestseller, it has sparked a global explosion of decadence, violence, and ruthless terrorism, with Terry Bancroft and those she loves at the very heart of the firestorm.
Part murder mystery, part love story, this novel is an all-too-plausible warning to our fragile, endangered planet.
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When her fatuous boss seems unimpressed by her enthusiasm, Bancroft slips copies to Commonwealth’s backbiting editorial board, where the graying, sincere, conveniently widowed CEO Franco Sherman decides that the book has great potential, especially after the be-ribboned US General Shriever warns ...| Read Full Review of The Doomsday Report: A Novel
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