...reminded me much of Dan Brown's novels in the lightening speed the events unfold. You definitely won't be putting this book down until you have turned the last page.
Newport Beach, Calif. (PRWEB) August 27, 2009
The Last Generation to Die by Marc L. Paulsen tells the story of Charlie Carr, a Pulitzer Prize winning reporter deeply devoted to his ten year old daughter who is dying of a fatal disease. During the investigation of the mysterious circumstances surrounding the crash of a luxury private airliner he uncovers a biotechnology company that has discovered the cure for many of the most serious of human diseases through the use of stem cell technology. The deeper he digs the more complex and risky things become. Soon he finds himself the subject of an investigation and then targeted for murder as he methodically uncovers a conspiracy between the super rich and the highest levels of government to keep humanity's most sought after treasure exclusively for themselves.
What reviewers say:
"...Driving and singularly explosive, with science fiction meeting science fact... an action thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat" - Dottie Taylor, Blogspot.com
"With all the twist and turns typical of this genre... this one was food for thought." - The Bluestocking Guide
"...reminded me much of Dan Brown's novels in the lightening speed the events unfold. You definitely won't be putting this book down until you have turned the last page." - Stephanie Manley, Top 500 Reviewer, Amazon.com
The Last Generation to Die is now available in paperback as well as eBook versions at Amazon and retail outlets worldwide or at: http://www.stancepublications.com
Price: $14.95 Pages: 192
eBook Version: $7.99
Publisher: Stance Publications
Pub date: April 10, 2009
About the Author
Marc L. Paulsen, M.D. is a graduate of Stanford University Medical School. He received his training at University of California, Irvine Medical Center. He is also the author of the new fiction book Wasteland.