An Amoral Mad Scientist and His Quest for Scientific Justice
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The lovers passed through Godleigh, and then, entering the main road that ran from Little Silver to those high regions above it, pursued their way by Devonshire lanes whose lofty hedge-banks shut out all view of the grass lands extending upon each side. Here and there, however, gates opened into the hayfields, and from one, where two of Honor's…
Dr. Faraday Heron: brilliant academic, nuclear research pioneer, loner, envious younger son . . . murderer.
He may have grown up in his brother’s shadow, but Faraday won’t let anything stand in the way of his research. Given the choice between funding for his work and a clean, honest life, he kills without compunction-but with explosive consequences.
An investigation into the balance between human rights and science, this novel follows the disintegration of a family and a legacy as the ends fail to justify the means.