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The Gulf Conspiracy (MP3)
Written by:
Ken McClure 
Read by:
John Keogh 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
8 hours 29 minutes 
MP3 size:
369 MB 
December 01 2021 
Available Date:
December 01 2021 
Age Category:
Fiction; Historical Fiction 
Bolinda audio 
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GBP£ 17.98
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International bestseller
UK Author

A gripping ride of suspense, tension and chilling realism from prize-winning researcher and bestselling novelist, Ken McClure.

Saudi Arabia, 1991. Troops are in a state of high alert. The chemical warfare detectors have sounded and the soldiers scramble into their protective suits. In terse silence, they remind themselves of the vaccinations which will protect them. Then the all-clear sounds, and the troops rejoice that they are unharmed – or so they think. England, 2002. These same troops are getting ill. Their families are getting ill. Young ex-soldiers are dying and the survivors are angry. Ex-Special Forces Medic, Dr Steven Dunbar of the Sci-Med Inspectorate, is asked to investigate. But what he discovers shocks him to the core. For the deadliest threat lurks not in the Saudi oilfields, but in the plush boardrooms of Whitehall. And if something isn't done soon, then more innocent people will die ...

"When veterans of the war with Iraq (the 1991 version) came home with bizarre medical conditions lumped together as Gulf War Syndrome, people wanted answers. They were never forthcoming, though there was a theory that perhaps the problems were due to contaminated vaccines that were meant to protect. Ken McClure takes that theory to new levels with his book, which purports to explain exactly how such a horrible mess could happen – and how it could happen again. John Keogh has a rough-and-tumble voice that goes from grandfather to drill sergeant in 10 seconds flat. The writing occasionally drags, but Keogh keeps it moving smartly through the rough patches. This is a great book for conspiracy theorists."
AudioFile Magazine

'Well wrought, plausible and unnerving.'
The Times

'Ken McClure ... looks set to join the A-list at the top of the medical thriller field.'
The Glasgow Herald