Desolate and bereaved Daniel abandoned his former life in Florida, relocating to London immersing himself in his new career with Scotland Yard. It seems that death followed him, wherever he called home when his friend and neighbour was tragically murdered for political gains. When apprehended the murderer revealed to Daniel that his Mother’s unexplained sudden death was not natural as he had believed his whole life but that she had been eliminated.
It is said that death comes in three’s, for Daniel this was true. He received news that his Aunt and Uncle, the last of his extensive family had also been found dead leaving him the remaining heir to the extensive Morris family estate. Upon his return home, for their funerals he reconnects with his childhood friend Lizzie, the daughter of the family lawyer, Charles Price.
With their assistance and encouragement Daniel begins to unravel his family’s secrets which ultimately led to so many tragic deaths. He unearths ground breaking technology and dark government links, assumed long abandoned in his Grandfather’s military past.
The more Daniel delves into his family’s history the more he uncovers the incredible lengths they went to to protect their discovery, a technology that could topple Governments or benefit humanity and change the world for generations to come.
Will Daniels investigative skills allow him to finally realise his family’s dreams for the planet and in doing so will he finally be able to lay his family ghosts, and his own, to rest ... ?
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