"Howard Price was the last man in the world who had no Doubt. In God or in himself. And now he had Tabitha."
Compromised by a Christian protest group he is not supposed to be investigating; and consumed with guilt over the death of his sister -
Andrew Maginnis' story is a struggle with apocalyptic philosophy, economic meltdown, bad science and maybe - just maybe -
the End of The World.
Can Andy uncover the British Government's desperate plans to regain control of the shattered country?
Can he avoid the attention of the religious extremists and his own police intelligence officers?
Is he working for the good of the people, the police, or just out to save his own skin?
This novel explores the personal disintegration of a public servant, torn between his need to believe, and the crushing reality of his Doubt.