"A thoroughly enjoyable read. Highly recommended." - Antonio Urias, Hidden Worlds
THE POWER TO BE IN TWO PLACES AT ONCE
Shunned by the scientific establishment, brilliant maverick Rodge Dukas works in a damp basement surrounded by outlandish equipment. His discovery could propel humanity to a new Golden Age. But his student friend Mike Barrett has other ideas - they can use it to make themselves incredibly rich. The ensuing crime spree has the police baffled.
So why do we find Mike attending a memorial service for Rodge? And where is Suzy, Mike's girlfriend, who showed rather too much affection for their 'mad scientist' housemate?
THE MAN IN TWO BODIES is intelligent, lively British crime fiction that will have you questioning the integrity of society, science... and solid objects.
THE MAN IN TWO BODIES will appeal to readers of crime novels, freaky science experiments, teleportation accidents, suspicious deaths; and fans of Alfred Bester, The Fly and Ocean's Eleven.
"So the questions really are, if you had the opportunity to be in two places at the same time, what would you choose to do? Who would you be willing to trust with this epic secret? And best of all how far would you push the limits of your friendships? I admired this book for the twists in perspective as well as in the story, it is intriguing and I enjoyed the ending for reasons that will have to remain hidden until you read this yourself." - Michelle Herbert, Fantasy Book Review
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