A Familiar Rain by John Geddes

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The sudden death of his wife pushes Alex Hemmer, a young neuroscience researcher, to press ahead with his attempts to relive past events. In a startling breakthrough, he synthesizes a bacterial toxin that is a bona fide memory drug. By administering the substance in conjunction with electric needling of key areas of the brain, test subjects are able to relive past events. Besides the enormous benefits to mankind, the implications of this research for Alex himself are obvious-it is now possible for him to return to the life he thought lost forever and spend his future living and loving Laura. While Alex ponders the possibilities, shadowy forces have been at work infiltrating the project with the aim of taking over his research. To add to his problems, Alex has fallen in love with Abbey, his colleague and Laura's best friend.

About John Geddes

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John Geddes, has an H.BA in English and a B.ED from the University of Toronto. He currently lives in Waterford, Ontario, with his wife, a dog, and a cat who thinks he's a dog.
Published January 4, 2011 by Chinook Publishing, Inc.. 300 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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