When the President of the United States is about to make a difficult decision that just might jeopardize his political career, the geologist struggles against all odds to unearth what unbelievably turns out to be diabolical corporate fraud and the mind-blowing technology manipulation of the century.
About The Author
Born in the year 1963 in a traditional Rajput family, Dr. Rathore grew up in Balaghat, a small and peaceful town in Central India, where his early education took place.
After having spent his childhood and adolescence on the Sandy banks of Wainganga River, he went out for his higher studies and eventually acquired a PhD in Civil Engineering.
He was only 30 years old when he wrote his first National Award Winning paper. He has since written a couple of books and over a hundred research papers.
Being an active member of several professional bodies and an avid student of timely issues, he eventually rose to the level of Vice-Chancellor.
About The Book
While carrying out extensive research on earthquake predictions, a tacit plot came to his mind and he began working on it. He wanted to write a fiction in which all technical details are correct down to dot.
He even travelled to all geographical locations where his fictitious characters were supposed to move.
The result of his eight years of hard work paid the dividend. After Alistair MacLean’s “Goodbye California” and Ken Follet’s “The Hammer of Eden,” it turned out to be the third-best book down the line of manipulation of earthquakes. After getting edited by India’s renowned literary agent Mita Kapur, the book was finally launched with a professionally designed cover. The blurb of The Tremor is as hereunder.
In the early days of October 2005, a brilliant seismologist stumbles upon conflicting sets of data and pays the price of corporate greed with her life.
And then, as if only to twine the twist a turn further, dies a suspicious way the legendary Director of US Geological Survey, shortly after delivering a controversial speech about diffusing earthquakes. But then, can earthquakes really be diffused or even predicted?
When the signals of an unprecedented earthquake are flaring in the horizons, an aggrieved USGS geologist follows a deadly trail of complicity stretching from Manhattan’s corporate office to far East India in the pursuit of an explanation without getting himself killed.
When the President of the United States is about to make a difficult decision that just might jeopardise his political career, the geologist struggles against all odds to unearth what unbelievably turns out to be a diabolical corporate fraud and the mind-blowing technology manipulation of the century.
The author lives in Nagpur, Maharashtra, with his mother, wife, and two beautiful daughters. Busy writing his next book, he is eagerly awaiting the reader’s reviews on “The Tremor,” which is now available on Kindle.