Thirsty Planet by Robert Tell

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In 2121 Dr. Moss Leder flees across Canada one-heart pounding step ahead of his ruthless enemies. Climate change is destroying civilization. Primitive bands of dehumanized squatters roam the Earth and kill for scarce drinking water. Leder's innovative time booth holds the key to the planet's renewal. Leder's nemesis, R. Faro Bradshaw, and his greedy political cronies are exposed. They control the black market in fresh water. Fearing Leder's scheme will destroy their business model, they try to stop him. Leder and his private army of religious Sectaries go head to toe with Bradshaw's thugs. An epic battle is fought in the ancient car tunnel under the Detroit River. Leder is wounded but escapes with his beautiful assistant and Bradshaw's former lover. Destiny calls to them from 2022. Will they defeat their enemies in time or be forced to surrender? The unpredictable ending to this compelling read will surprise and delight you.
 

About Robert Tell

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Robert Tell is a full time writer who nurtured his creative writing habit while working as a hospital administrator, health planning agency executive, health policy professor, and business owner. He was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and was educated in Public Health and English at Columbia and Long Island Universities. He and his wife live in Farmington Hills, Michigan and winter in Boynton Beach, Florida."Thirsty planet" is his first novel. The original print edition of was published with the aid of a grant for new authors from Arts Council England. The author's semi- fictional memoir "Dementia Diary, A Caregiver's Journal," may be ordered from Amazon and other on-line booksellers. His award winning poetry, and his columns, articles, and creative non- fiction, have appeared in many periodicals
 
Published June 10, 2010 by YouWriteOn. 416 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Computers & Technology, Literature & Fiction, Science & Math, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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