Tipping Point: Climate Fiction Thriller (Robert Spire Thriller Book 1)


When eminent climatologist, Dr Dale Stanton - in the process of studying the Atlantic Ocean's Thermohaline Circulation - is found dead in his London apartment, environmental lawyer, Robert Spire, is given the task to administer a large legacy left by Dr Stanton in his will. The job should have been straightforward, until a second climatologist drops dead on the other side of the Atlantic...

When Spire's client engages him to look further into her son's death, it soon becomes apparent that not all is as it seems. Spire soon discovers he is under surveillance and an attractive female Russian spy is tracking his every move. Is she involved in the mysterious deaths of the two climatologists? And if so, why?

Spire is soon thrust into an international conspiracy involving a terrorist plot to push the Arctic to its tipping point, and the world to disaster...

Welcome to GLENCOM, an acronym for Global Environmental Command, a semi-secret, massively funded, British Government Department. The world is facing very real and increasingly dangerous environmental threats. GLENCOM and their most reliable agent, Robert Spire, have been tasked to deal with the most urgent and pressing ones… Let's all pray he succeeds.

TIPPING POINT is a fast-paced, unputdownable climate-change thriller, with terrorism elements that will keep you turning the pages until the very end. If you like James Rollins, Brett Battles, Clive Cussler, and the action and adventure of a James Bond movie then you will love the entire Robert Spire Action Thriller series.

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"Simon Rosser's scientific and psychological thriller "Tipping Point" is one of the best I have read in the past decade. He has a gift for fluent narrative, realistic characterization and for creating settings that come vividly to life for the reader. He blends tension and suspense very successfully against the contemporary background of global warming and its sinister implications.

--Author, TV presenter and Priest Lionel Fanthorpe -