Dark Cure: A Thriller

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Cameron K. Moore, Jan 23, 2019 - Fiction - 346 pages

A miracle cure hides a dark secret…

Dr. Karl Shepherd’s search for a cure for his daughter’s rare condition has led him to the Inn, a remote research facility in the Amazon rainforest. His prayers are answered when the team discovers a drug that will save his little girl.  

Before he can celebrate, a scientist is murdered. An investigation uncovers that mercenaries, working for a rival drug company, are closing in fast. They intend to use the cure to create super-soldiers for a foreign power, launching a new age of genetic warfare. Their mission—steal the cure and kill everyone at the Inn. 

Their survival depends on Shepherd’s experience as a former U.S. Ranger. But confronting him is the most technologically advanced military force ever assembled, led by Jacques Benoit, a cognitively enhanced super-soldier. Can Shepherd defeat him and save his colleagues from certain death?

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About the author (2019)

Cameron K. Moore has had a long-running interest in science that began in his school days and culminated when he gained a Bachelor's Degree in Science. 

He later worked for a large scientific research organization which provided much of the inspiration when writing Dark Cure, his debut novel. 

He is a keen traveller and lived with a team of naturalists in the Amazon Rainforest while researching the setting for his story, experiencing first-hand the unique and perilous aspects of this environment.

He lives in Melbourne with his wife and two young sons.

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