Corruption. Extreme weather disasters. A mission to slow climate change goes horrifically wrong.
February, 2022. A tsunami hits Southwest Thailand. There are no warnings.
With climate change accelerated, natural disasters are hitting more frequently… and harder. To evacuate in time, people have come to rely on the UN’s extreme weather warning system which uses artificial intelligence to forecast exactly when and where disasters will strike.
Until the system suffers a devastating cyber-attack.
Steph, an environmental scientist, and Ed, an expert in artificial intelligence, are in Thailand when the tsunami hits. They must fight for their lives if they are to find who – or what – has crashed the world’s most advanced AI system. The answers lie in the past; a thread of events starting in the storm-swept Spring of 2017.
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When I’m not writing thrillers (often on a train, in a local café or old, creaky pub), I’m working for charity, writing bids to raise funds for great causes. Or cycling around the countryside. Or, when the British weather allows, drinking wine and eating hummus in the sunshine, good book in hand. At university, I studied philosophy and writing; the cornerstone for creating novels that explore the continual advancement of artificial intelligence, the way of life that leads to the destruction of our environment, and the shape of morality when we pitch the needs of those we love against a greater good for the wider world.
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