Joe and Mary Christianson have tried to become parents, but each attempt meets with failure, frustration, and tears. Looking for a fresh start, the couple leaves Philadelphia and selects Bethlehem as their new home. The Christiansons are pleased to discover that an old friend of Joe's, Dr. Benjamin Gabriel, is a successful fertility doctor in town, and they seek his help to start the family they've dreamed of.
Dr. Gabriel accepts Joe and Mary as patients, but they have no idea they have now become part of the Bethlehem Project, a secret, government-sponsored research initiative that is working to manipulate genetics. Doctors are able to enhance a child's physical and mental abilities in order to create superior humans to participate in special missions. It's a project they hope to keep under wraps. But as their children age, the Christiansons become suspicious.
Genetically Privileged is the first in a series of works that explores the consequences of genetic enhancement and what it means to parents, the children, and the world.
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A. W. Daniels is a new writer who draws upon continuing education and travel experiences to develop characters and tell compelling stories. Daniels lives in Texas.
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