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The Poison Planters

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by: Charles Sutherland
Books with a 5 star rating  (1)
Publication Date: March 9, 2013
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 339
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781620303573

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Book Synopsis
The Poison Planters is a 'reality novel' which follows the international intrigue of Dr. Laura Brett, the brilliant and attractive ex-CIA biologist, as she travels through the US and across Europe, China, and Africa seeking to identify the sources of the tragedies caused by the spread of genetically modified crops(GMOs)and bovine growth hormones (rBGH).

It is a fact-filled adventure, based on actual episodes of real people and companies, of children developing diseases, farmers committing suicide, careers being destroyed, and lives being crushed by major chemical companies as they aggressively spread GMO crops and rBGH milk. It is a story of the brave challenges by doctors and scientists, by people in the academic community, and by environmental organizations who struggle against huge chemical companies to protect our food.

The Poison Planters provides a propitious warning concerning the potential global genetic genocide that is actively underway with the help of world governments.
Customer Comments
Mary Kottke
Posted: April 20, 2013
Customer comment 5 star rating
It's about time someone wrote a novel exposing how our food is being systematically poisoned by chemical companies! I personally have relatives (plural) who have developed fatal illnesses from 'farming'. How is that even possible?

"The Poison Planters" exposes the government corruption and the outrageous practices of chemical companies in their dangerous attempts to dominate global agriculture at the expense of human health. It is also an exciting travelogue and intelligent adventure which teaches you things you will never forget.

I can easily understand why "Once you read The Poison Planters you will never walk down the aisles of food stores the same way again."

Mary Kottke, concerned mother and grandmother, Wisconsin