Fish Heads by Leonard Schonberg

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In the peaceful waters of the Pacific Ocean near Bikini Atoll, a Marshallese fisherman's motorboat suddenly strikes a mysterious object. Moments later, the horrified fisherman retrieves what seem to be human body parts. Back on shore, Jodi Larsen, a young American physician working in the Marshall Islands, tries to find a logical explanation for the fisherman's grotesque find. After reporting what she suspects may be some unknown effect from American H-bomb testing, Jim Newell, a specialist in genetic disease research, arrives to assist in an investigation. Against a backdrop of their growing love for one another, Jim and Jodi are soon drawn into a dangerous web of cover-ups, murder, and intrigue that changes their lives forever.

About Leonard Schonberg

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Leonard Schonberg, author and physician, lives in Montana. He has traveled all over the world and worked as a volunteer physician in Asia, Africa and South America, his most recent assignment being in Uzbekistan. His previous novels, DEADLY INDIAN SUMMER, MORGENS WAR, AND LEGACY were also published by Sunstone Press.
Published November 1, 2011 by Sunstone Press. 176 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Schonberg's (Deadly Indian Summer) ambitious but implausible antinuclear thriller is set on the tiny island of Illetto, one of the Pacific's Marshall Islands, where the hydrogen bomb was tested on a U

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