Lambert Nagle is the pen name of co-authors Alison Ripley Cubitt and Sean Cubitt. They are Kiwi/Brit co-writers of international thrillers, are cyclists and Labrador fans. Revolution Earth is the first in a series of three featuring Detective Stephen Conner.
Sean's day job is as Professor of Film and Television, Goldsmiths, University of London. He has been published by leading academic publishers.
Alison started out in worthy TV documentaries but somehow ended up working on The Big Breakfast, followed by a stint at Walt Disney then at the BBC in Manchester. She had a column on screenwriting for Writing Magazine, has had two lifestyle and travel titles published and wrote the screenplay for Waves, a short film drama and winner, Special Jury Prize, Remi and WorldFest, Houston.
Serial expats, Lambert Nagle have lived in Malaysia, Canada, NZ, Australia and are now based in leafy Hampshire, UK.
Stephen Connor, trainee Metropolitan Police detective is first on the scene when a cyclist is killed in a seemingly ordinary hit-and-run.
Just another tragedy on a London street?
The dead girl's soulmate, Cara, howls at the injustice of a system that allows the killer to walk free. Much to Cara's fury, nothing seems to trouble Big Oil PR guru Greg Palmer. When she flees halfway across the world to confront him, Stephen is one step behind.
Can Stephen protect Cara from a group of charismatic eco-terrorists, who try to lure her in?
As a publicity stunt at a major oil refinery goes wrong, who will be there when Cara finds out that the target she cared so passionately about had simply moved?
Against a backdrop of London, New Zealand, Antarctica and Australia, the race begins….
REVOLUTION EARTH is the explosive eco-themed political thriller of 2012. (Super Plus Novel - 100,000+)