Synopsis: Eden

Set in the immediate future, and told from multiple points of view, Eden is an escapist fantasy, a commentary on planet Earth’s woes and a crime thriller.
Doug Winchcombe, a brilliant but chronically introverted, physicist discovers a gateway to another planet. A perfect world he names Eden. He returns to Eden daily, amazed by its wonders and content in its tranquillity. But a perfect world needs more than one inhabitant.
He recruits his nephew, Matthew, and together they encourage others to join them, building a viable population as they discover the wonders and secrets of Eden and the pitfalls of building a society from scratch.
A perfect world attracts imperfect people, though. Doug’s boss wants to claim the discovery for herself. His greedy brother wants to make a fortune while plunging the rest of the planet into debt and the CIA agents won’t disclose what they want.
Doug seeks peace and quiet. Matthew wants to sleep with Sandra but she’s more interested in feeding the starving millions of Earth. Ingrid is building a university, Ayumu is drafting the Constitution of Planet Eden and Yousef and Sara just want to find somewhere safe. Dakota is launching commando raids on Earth and a Twitter war with the POTUS, while Chief Inspector Branston is racing against the clock to solve the most intriguing missing person case of his career.
Poignant, funny, and populated by an international cast of diverse characters, Eden is a planet for everyone.

Finished the manuscript and looking for a publisher…