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by Deven Greene


by Deven Greene


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"A fascinating and thought-providing medical thriller about the ethical dilemmas posed by genetic manipulation." -Best Thrillers

Dr. Erica Rosen is perplexed when she sees a young Chinese girl with blue eyes in her San Francisco pediatrics clinic. The girl's mother, Ting, is secretive, and Erica suspects she has entered the country illegally. Later, Erica encounters Ting's son and discovers he has an unusual mutation. Erica learns that Ting's children underwent embryonic stem cell gene editing as part of a secret Chinese government-run program.

The Chinese government wants to murder Ting's son to prevent others from learning about his unusual mutation and the secret gene-editing program. At Ting's urging, Erica heads to China to expose the program and rescue the infant Ting was forced to leave behind, all while attempting to evade the watchful eye of the Chinese government.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781684336081
Publisher: Black Rose Writing
Publication date: 01/07/2021
Series: Erica Rosen MD Trilogy , #1
Pages: 290
Sales rank: 1,143,315
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Fiction writer Deven Greene lives in the San Francisco Bay area. Ever since childhood, the author has been interested in science. After working as a biochemist, Deven went back to school and became a pathologist. When writing fiction, the author usually incorporates elements of medicine or science. Deven has penned several short stories. This is the first novel the author has published.

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