Faced with an epidemic of 13 million new cases of cancer, the World Health Organisation has offered a reward of US$7.5bn for irrefutable proof of a scientific cure. Leading American oncologist Dr Hannah Siekierkowski discovers a secret buried in a London research laboratory that will change medical science and raise new questions about the cause of the disease. It could save the lives of millions of innocent people. But she is not the first to make the discovery. Now Hannah's own life could be at stake as she uncovers acts of cruelty perpetrated in the name of medical science and faces a life-threatening dilemma within her own family.
Andrew Harris is now a proud Kiwi, having moved from the UK to New Zealand in 2008. He attained 1st Class Honours in Sociology with Psychology from the University of Leeds and was awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management from Leeds Metropolitan University. Andrew created a successful career in people management, working for the likes of The Burton Group PLC, Magnet PLC and Grant Thornton Chartered Accountants where he was Regional HR Director for the North of England. In 2016 Andrew became a published author. One of his passions has always been crime fiction thrillers. Andrew believes this genre provides the perfect vehicle for stimulating debate and challenging the status quo through fictional characters in real life situations. He is creating a series of books designed to be Provocative, Informative and entertaining. Why isn't there a cure for cancer? How do we end world poverty? What will eradicate addiction? How are we going to feed 9 billion people without destroying our precious planet? Within The Human Spirit Series, Andrew has published two books (The C Clef (2016) and A Litany of Good Intentions (2017)) both through Faithful Hound Media. The third book, More, will be published in December 2019.