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The Resurrection-bookcover

By: Mike O'Neill

The Resurrection

Pages: 398 Ratings: 5.0
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World-renowned scientist and Nobel laureate, Sir Francis MacLeod, is about to make a startling revelation – a revelation that would challenge everything scientists have thought about DNA – when he suddenly collapses.What happens next is a bizarre chain of events that puts science and religion on a collision course and spurs an international murder investigation.Set in Cambridge in the mid-2020s, The Resurrection is a fast-paced mystery thriller that exposes the inner workings of the Catholic Church, corruption within the pharmaceutical industry and proposes answers to some of mankind’s most profound questions. 

A former senior executive at a company in the field of Health Sciences, Mike O’Neill got to know many of the world’s scientists and Nobel laureates. He applies his academic background in science, engineering and genetics to his fictional writing. Mike served on the advisory boards of several medical institutions. He divides his time between Elton, England, Florida and California.

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  • Amazon Customer

    I read this book because the title facinated me and I wanted to know more. Even my 94 year old mother who had never read a book wanted to read it.

    It was well thought out with short chapters and in the beginning of the book the main characters were introduced slowly over the first few chapters.

    The author had well researched the scientific properties and locations and combined them with a thrilling story line which made this book quite exciting to read. I cannot wait to read the sequeal. Please don’t let me wait too long.

    I cannot wait to read the sequel. Please don’t let me wait to long.

  • Kelley Chappell, PhD

    I absolutely loved the book, it completely exceeded any expectations. Anything I can say will be an understatement. So, I will just say it was "brilliant". This phrase seems to be absolute high praise when used by my clients in the UK. No over the top American gushing.

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