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   Telomere, by L. J. Williams  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2008
 
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      TELOMERE...
    do-or-die split second decisions, falling in love, top secrets, world issues, government screw-ups, murder, terror, religious quandary, stealth relationships, real-life action, courage, fears, and mankind's most unreachable want. All based on today's real scientific research with unpublished theories that will have the News Media scrambling to present the probability of when everyone's desire will be delivered and Mans will be done.

    The plot of TELOMERE revolves around unfeigned scientific research that occurred at a covert lab on Long Island. This research provoked the rumor about Hitler announcing that this lab would be his first stop in America after winning the war. The reason for Hitlers interest discloses as the novel propels the reader to the year 2001 when other impious men continue the pursuit for this same research. Two women, the lab director and a high school Senior, who have a stealthy relevance to each other, now find themselves the targets of these cynical minds. Emerging through this inimitable confrontation, as unlikely heroes are the high school Senior and her boyfriend, both caught in man's timeless greed for the world's most unreachable want.

     
     
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