“Primeval Soup” by Michael Whateley

Stephen leaps up and dives for covers as a plane swoops out of the air barely missing his boat. He had been enjoying a relaxing fishing expedition with a few beers after a busy summer season. But as he rows across to look for survivors his gut instinct tells him that his holiday is over. There are no survivors, there are no bodies, only a primeval soup dripping from the pilot’s chair. What happened to the pilot? How did the plane fly itself without anyone in control and what happens now? Answering these questions leads Stephen into a world of government contracts, double dealing and murder. Michael
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