SPOOKS combines two discrete novels, VERITY and PERSEPHONE, from the award winning author.
In Verity, a young physicist and his beautiful girlfriend create a software program that will change humanity's way of life. The U.S. governmetn wants to keep Verity for itself. To do so, it will kill.
In PERSEPHONE, a Nobel physicist leaves The Harrington Equations to his son David, a writer in Paris. Upon returning to New York, David learns that his father was murdered and that the U.S. government will do anything to secure the Harrington Equations.
Both novels are love stories within the context of espionage. If you enjoy the work of John Le Carre, you will find these novels far more intimate and realistic. They were written for a mature, adult audience that appreciates fine writing and erotica.