Raynes integrates genetic mutation with eroticism, evil and revenge while highlighting the possibilities of undiscovered medical advancements.
AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) January 30, 2015
How would society be different if cancer could be cured by a pill or injection?
Based on her profession as a physician, Raynes explores the power of this question using her experience in cancer diagnostics and therapy in her new thriller “Twisted Venom.”
Introducing readers to medical studies in an interesting way, Raynes integrates genetic mutation with eroticism, evil and revenge while highlighting the possibilities of undiscovered medical advancements.
“The inspiration for part of this story is the current research being done on the TP53 gene mutation,” Raynes said. “This cancer mutation study illustrates modern society's desire for a ‘miracle drug’ to cure life-threatening disease.”
“Twisted Venom" follows young internist Claudia Ranelli attends a medical conference in San Francisco, where she has a sexual encounter so bizarre and frightful it nearly kills her.
But that isn't the end of her terror. Claudia and her cousin, Dru Salinas, must discover the identity of the person terrorizing them both, a quest that leads from pit vipers to modern genetics.
Raynes tells a gripping story with sensitivity, eroticism and a wry sense of humor.
By V. W. Raynes
Softcover price: $17.00
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and AuthorHouse.
About the author:
V. W. Raynes is the pen name of a physician practicing in Texas.
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