I was unfamiliar with Kyle Mills as an author until I downloaded this book as a daily special on Kindle. but I was blown away.
With all of the scientific reality of Robin Cook, and all of the suspense of Dean Koontz, Kyle writes a story as believable as the headlines of today's news. In this story, Richard Dramun has invested his life in finding a cure for progeria, a battle he faces each day in the eyes of his own daughter. But the implications of finding a cure for this childhood disease go far beyond simply looking at the premature aging of these children, into the structure of aging itself.
When Richard is approached by the husband of a colleague who died in an apparent suicide, he begins to unravel a plot hiding the possibility of an actual cure to progeria and the end of aging.
From the moment he steps onto this path there is no turning back, and as he proceeds he has to make decisions concerning friendship, love, and the meaning behind life itself. What would he be willing to give up for a cure?