Dr. Paul Powers is back in IMMORTAL FEAR: A Medical Thriller, hunting for a murderer that wont remain dead. As the corpses accumulate in Seattle, Dr. Powers needs to caution an unaware world, and hunt down an ultimate evil, before state-of-the-art medical science produces armageddon. However the murderer is coming for Paul and the woman he loves, and time is running short.
Something is wrong in Seattle, where seven good people are dead from tainted cold medicine and a number of the countrys wealthiest CEOs are dealing with corporate espionage on an unparalleled scale. Dr. Paul Powers pursuit of the truth transforms him into the main suspect and a global fugitive desperate to clear his name. But how do you catch a murderer who knows precisely what youre thinking? H.S. Clark takes the reader on a turbulent ride along the threshold of medical technology and to the secret side of digital medicine.
Needless to say it eventually came right down to the exact same question, s-e-x, an outlet for the lonely, wanking themselves off to the actions of Tracey or any one of the other young girls taking it anally, orally or even vaginally for which the unquestionably grateful punters paid for his lavish lifestyle. He had an 8 bedroom residence in London with twelve acres of property, a vintage Bugatti and Jaguar XK 120, his much loved Porsche, and of course all of the the girls he craved. If none of his starlets were available to lower their knickers or suck his manhood there was always the best of the escorts in the book at his beck and call. He loved to watch a couple of girls, one being fu-cked with a strap-on dil-do.
Something is rotten in Seattle, where seven innocent people are dead from tainted cold medicine and some of the countrys wealthiest chief executive officers are dealing with corporate espionage on an unparalleled scale. Dr. Paul Powers hunt for the truth transforms him into the top suspect and a global fugitive from justice desperate to clear his name. But how do you catch a murderer who knows precisely what youre thinking? H.S. Clark takes the reader on a turbulent ride along the threshold of medical technology and to the ominous side of digital medicine.