The Congo is in the grip of another Ebola outbreak, but this time things are different. Something even more destructive is afoot. Ebola has evolved. Veteran Tom Railsback thought he had turned a new leaf when he left the service. But now, in the middle of the international Ebola response, he must once again fight. Fight to save his family from the onslaught of the mutation that is laying waste to East Africa. Fight to bring the truth to light. Fight to stay alive in a race against time and escape from what could soon be a DEAD HEMISPHERE.
From the deep forests of the Congo, the lakes of Uganda, the barren grasslands of South Sudan and beyond, let author RB Landeck take you on a rollercoaster ride of survival against an enemy that is not only threatening to devour the region, but if unstopped, humankind altogether. DEAD HEMISPHERE, an African zombie novel unlike any other!
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Following years of work in government services, specializing in counter-terrorism, facility and dignitary protection, RB Landeck has spent the last decade in the service of humanitarian agencies, coordinating security in emergency response settings, including active war zones and natural disasters, across three continents. From war-torn South Sudan and Somalia, to the Middle East, from the minefields of Myanmar and violence in Timor Leste, to typhoon-ravaged islands in the Philippines, RB Landeck continues to deploy wherever crisis hits.
Turned author and filmmaker in recent years, RB Landeck has written several books and graphic novel series, and produced a number of documentaries and shortfilms, increasingly focusing on fictional characters in the settings of his missions.
The first two books of his new series Dead Hemisphere are available now on Amazon, with a third part in the works and due for release later in 2020.
RB Landeck, originally from New Zealand, continues to live in Kenya, East Africa.