The Experiment [NOOK Book]

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The Experiment. Its terrifying secrets are locked in her mind.

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Overview

The Experiment. Its terrifying secrets are locked in her mind.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032811435
  • Publisher: Barbara Kyle
  • Publication date: 10/10/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

How do you make God laugh? Make a plan. I studied acting in the classical theater program (Shakespeare, Shaw, Moliere, etc.) at the National Theater School of Canada in Montreal, planning a "distinguished stage career" -- then spent the next twenty years acting mostly on television in made-for-TV movies, sit-coms, and soap opera. I thoroughly enjoyed all that TV work, though, and I did use my stage training too, performing in dozens of plays across Canada and in the US. I loved being an actor.


It felt like a natural extension of my acting to create characters for fiction. In 2008 Kensington Books published my first historical novel, "The Queen's Lady". Set in the court of Henry VIII, "The Queen's Lady" features Honor Larke, a (fictional) ward of (the real) Sir Thomas More. More was a brilliant scholar and a loving father, but as chancellor of England he banned books and burned men. My story turns on Honor's passionate conflict with her once-beloved guardian as she tries to save More's victims, enlisting rogue ship-captain Richard Thornleigh in her missions.


These characters were so engaging, I wrote a sequel, "The King's Daughter," featuring Honor and Richard's daughter, Isabel. When Henry VIII's bitter daughter, Queen Mary, launches her reign with a vow to annihilate heretics, Isabel Thornleigh must act quickly to save her family. Determined to rescue her father from prison, she entrusts her mission, and herself, to a ruthless soldier of fortune, Carlos Valverde.


I was delighted by the tremendous response from readers about this developing "Thornleigh Saga" and wrote the third book in the series, "The Queen's Captive." When Queen Mary releases her 20-year-old sister Princess Elizabeth from the Tower, hoping she'll make a false move and condemn herself, Honor Thornleigh returns from exile with Richard and their seafaring son, Adam, to help Elizabeth in the fight of her life. Playing a dangerous game as a double agent, aware that a false move of her own will expose her past as a condemned heretic, Honor finds her task made harder when Adam and Elizabeth fall in love. To save her family and Elizabeth, and herself, Honor must turn a headstrong princess into a queen before "Bloody Mary" destroys them all.


Book 4 in the "Thornleigh Saga" was released in September 2011: "The Queen's Gamble".


I love writing about the Tudor period, whose "on the make" characters and life-and-death intrigues - to say nothing of the era's religious paranoia - speak deeply to our own time. I hope you'll agree, and will enjoy being caught up in the passions and setbacks, adventures and strivings of the Thornleigh family - Honor, Richard, Isabel, and Adam - as they befriend, and sometimes betray, their willful kings and queens.


My newest release is a contemporary thriller, ENTRAPPED. It's available here on Smashwords.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    exciting thriller

    In 1945, Nazi research scientist Dr. Viktor Schiller knows he must destroy his work before releasing a genetic abomination on humanity. He genetically experimented with three female prisoners in an effort for their offsprings to accumulate the knowledge of the mother. However, the results prove dangerous as he erased what makes a person human and instead bred a subspecies of killers. He travels to Oztenhausen Concentration Camp to kill the three females, but two of the subjects survive along with the infant daughter of the one he kills as the Americans arrive. Viktor takes over the identity of his Jewish friend, Heinrich Knelmann. Viktor moves to America to live as Heinrich. He moves in with Heinrich¿s son and sister, posing as a psychiatrist. Over the years he kills two of the subject-carriers and is down to two people to clean up his mistake. One is a 1950s offspring whom he plans to turn into a vegetable. The other is that World War II infant that escaped him. He has finally been tracked down as a stuntwoman. Soon he will rectify the blunder he brought forth on humanity. THE EXPERIMENT is an exciting thriller that hooks the audience because the Nazi experiments during World War II make the theme plausible. The ensemble cast seems real, but especially Alana and her flashbacks to her mother living in a World War II concentration camp. However, the tale belongs to the obsessed German research scientist. Viktor, unlike Victor Frankenstein, tries to take responsibility for what he believes are the horrors he has unleashed on the world yet never stops to see what the true results are. Harriet Klausner

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