Psychological Suspense Thriller
by R.P. Marshall
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'Someone broke a window the day we buried my father.' A split second in time, but for scientist Daniel Hayden this shattering of glass doesn't just let in the cold winter wind, but also a disturbing secret. What terrible crime lurks in his family's past? And how far do the sins of the father extend to Daniel's own life? As his emotional and scientific worlds blur, Daniel begins to see parallels between his dark urges and the discredited theories of an 18th-century naturalist, Lamarck. His obsessive pursuit for the truth brings him to the edge of sanity, as he is forced to confront the very nature of what makes us who we are, in this compulsively gripping novel. Antisense combines literary fiction with the sharp, crisp prose and pace of the best suspense novels. The author's insight into medical science and how it might inform the nature of human behaviour is all the more compelling because it is based on real science. It's not a whodunit, but a whydunit. Not science fiction, but fiction with real science woven through it. A truly thought provoking and enigmatic work.