The Fifth Season

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Simon and Schuster, 2003 - Genetically modified foods - 486 pages
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The stunning new thriller from the author of THE KILLING JAR. Brilliant scientist Dr Grace Adams is close to a breakthrough in her groundbreaking research on GM crops. She hopes her new strain of wheat will bring huge benefits to the starving people of Bangladesh, saving hundreds of thousands of lives. But Grace's involvement in genetically modified foods has made her some dangerous enemies. People prepared to go to any lengths to put an end to her research. Permanently. Realising she's in danger, Grace turns to the one person who can help: her old childhood friend, Sam Copeland, newly appointed director of the European Anti-Terrorist Unit. But, as he tries to protect Grace, Sam begins to fear he may have under-estimated the forces in opposition. What's more, an old enemy from Sam's past has turned up in Garfordshire, where Grace is based. Malkie Collins has his own reasons for descending on the small Highland community. And old scores to settle...
 

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