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A thousand years ago, in a mountainous Greek region, a brilliant doctor established a research centre after becoming obsessed with longevity and immortality. The natives, suspecting the centre of being responsible for the disappearances of children and young women, mutinied against the doctor and his colleagues, all of whom were killed in the brutal riot. In present day Manhattan, New York, a wealthy hotelier is murdered. Startling discoveries are made during his autopsy, which revealed—among other bizarre findings—that he is irreversibly sterile. Confused by the news that her late husband is not responsible for her pregnancy, and knowing he is, the young widow of the hotelier raced from New York to the swanky streets of Paris and to the arid Egyptian desert town of Giza in search of answers, all the while being stalked by a deadly assassin. Soon she finds herself in the folds of an ancient brotherhood, and stumbles on a thousand-year-old secret so devastating and terrifying it threatens the very fabric of modern medical practice and human existence. As bodies continue to mount, the widow suddenly realizes that rooting out the evil is no longer enough to keep her alive.
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Solomon Ojehonmon is a physician. He is married to Beatrice, a legal practitioner and the author of The Black Omen. The couple is blessed with two daughters. The Last Methuselah is his debut novel. The Vulcan Code and The Lost Fetus are sequels in the series. His novels are fast-paced, medically oriented thrillers with fantastic plots and nerve-racking action. The Last Methuselah has been likened by many to The DaVinci Code, Dan Brown’s mega-selling novel. The author’s main goal is to kick-start a revolutionary change in the African literary industry.
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Book Description Rising Star Publishers. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 340 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.77 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk189027934X