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Genetic Witness Paperback – May, 2001


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Chuck Rahi's Genetic Witness switches back and forth between the unsolved murder of a Secret Service agent working on the Manhattan Project in 1959 and unorthodox genetic memory research on his grandson in 1994. FBI agent Ben Connars, driven by a personal obsession, revisits the case annually, and he might find new evidence in a child's inherited memories.

Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.

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Retired FBI agent Ben Connars obsesses over an unsolved murder case from 1959. At that time, an unknown intruder killed an agent in the Los Angeles Bureau and stole blueprints for an atomic bomb. Connars still hunts clues, especially after the dead man's grandson begins drawing things (in a seizure-like trance) that his murdered grandfather witnessed. Maybe, with the aid of a genetic psychologist, the boy will reveal his grandfather's killer and bring closure for Connars. The tangled plot of this first novel shuffles between past and present, but the prose remains smooth and capable. For most collections.
Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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