The Glass Sky
by Niko Perren
Publisher: Drifter Books 2013
Number of pages: 390
When the Chief Biospherist to the United Nations is killed in a suspicious accident, Tania Black is unexpectedly thrust into the UN's top environmental job. An exciting, well-written and compassionate eco-thriller with real heroes and a mission worth caring about.
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