No Known Species: The Dark Secret of the Genesis Cycle

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In January of 1987, Rebecca Cann, a research scientist from the University of Berkeley, published an astounding discovery. Using mitochondrial DNA as her blueprint, Dr. Cann was able to trace the first human to a solitary female born in Africa about 200,000 years ago. These facts suggest that this large step in evolution occurred within the span of a single lifetime. The study clearly departs from Darwin?s concept of evolution. Furthermore, there is a fundamental truth hidden in Cann?s research: if a Genesis event happened once, it is inevitable that it will happen again. No Known Species?The Dark Secret of the Genesis Cycle is a novel that blends Darwin?s theories and a mysterious force that seems to control the destiny of the human race. The book begins with the recreation of the biblical tale of Genesis; only this time it is not the story of our ancestors? birth, but the birth of a vastly superior race and it takes place, not in the Garden of Eden, but in the belly of contemporary society. In 1984, two extraordinary babies are born on identical birth dates, 3000 miles apart, and under mysterious circumstances. Imagine for one moment that you are Peter Gault and Kate Donavon, lone mutants with advanced physical and mental gifts. How would you adjust to a primitive world that was governed by humans? Moreover, would humanity ever learn to accept a race of beings that had such vast superiority? One central question builds in the minds of Kate and Peter: If it were discovered that their birth meant the end of the human race as they knew it, would these special beings be permitted to survive? As the story unfolds, the interwoven lives of Kate and Peter serve to unravel the mystery of the Genesis cycle, and possibly wreak havoc on the natural order of man.

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Dr. Stephen Berberich is a retired interventional cardiologist with extensive training in the sciences. He is a graduate of Georgetown College and Georgetown Medical School. Dr. Berberich began an internship at the University of Pittsburgh and then moved on to a medical residency at Georgetown University Hospital. He finished his medical training with a cardiology fellowship at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Berberich is the lead author on the first published review of Post Exercise Echocardiography. This test subsequently became one of the gold standards for the early detection of coronary artery disease. In 1974, Dr. Berberich moved from the Boston area, where he was chief of Cardiology at the Boston Naval Hospital, and came to southern California where he continued in the private practice of Cardiology until his retirement in 2004. Dr. Berberich is married and has three grown children. Just like Michael Crichton and Robin Cook, after 40 years in the fields of science and medicine, Dr. Berberich acquired the background that enabled him to explore the mind-bending possibilities suggested by Rebecca Cann's seminal work on mitochondrial DNA and its relationship to the evolution of man. The novel comes as close to reality as Crichton's "Jurassic Park" and Cook's "Coma".

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