Not all mutants in fiction have to be comic strip superheroes.
In this story of ‘New Waves’, the mutations born to the humans after a near-collision of Earth with a comet, affect their brains. This allows readers to enjoy the characters and the action without stretching credibility too far. The way Bradley and friends handle their additional powers, is what makes this book so compelling.
There are confrontational issues raised that may cause the reader to be angry, sad or scared but no one will remain unmoved. This is a debate-provoking novel that begs for a sequel.
A series of bizarre murders occur and has the Lake’s policeman baffled until he forms an unlikely alliance with Bradley. He needs to solve the murders before a civil war erupts over the ‘marriage question’. Whodunit buffs will enjoy following the trail of clues, which are not hidden from the reader.
‘In the Cold Light of Tomorrow’ is not about disasters. It is about people, societies, evolution, mystery, love, hate, intolerance, crime and punishment.
Source: Author's Blurb