If “They” had a natural cure for a pandemic would it be released?
For the first time in history, tens of thousands of people signed a petition to ensure a book would not be banned. They succeeded, and The Pandora Prescription became an international bestseller. That was in 2007, but not enough people heeded its warning of the Big Pharma agenda and how ignorance over maintaining a healthy immune system would lead to a disaster such as the Covid-19 pandemic.
Fact: In the late seventies, a natural cure cover-up in a major hospital caused a splinter group of doctors to secretly form a resistance movement deep in the heart of the medical establishment. They called themselves, “The Second Opinion.” Using this factual backdrop, The Pandora Prescription delivers a “captivating, tautly written thriller,” (Midwest Book Review) where “The facts behind the fiction create a rollercoaster, page-turning thriller” (USA Book News). Orange Appeal magazine explained it as, “The Da Vinci Code, but replace church with Big Pharma.” The politics of such things as curing viruses and diseases and controlling pandemics is exposed, as we see that a cure actually isn’t wanted by people who stand more by gaining from the problem, especially when that cure is natural, and hence unable to be patented.
When the solution is the problem, which side will you be on?
Notorious unsolved mysteries author, Dan Travis, is on a book tour when a cryptic message from a desperate stranger blows his life apart. He is sucked into a silent war that hinges on an incriminating data file, and uncovering the conspiracy is Travis’s only hope for surviving a deadly chase across America. But to find it Travis must uncover the link between the biggest medical cover-up in history and the greatest assassination conspiracy of the twentieth century, and they key lies within a secret underground of doctors sworn to an ancient oath.
How do you expose the truth when everyone’s a conspirator…?
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