Natural Selection by Dave Freedman

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A shocking biological discovery.
A previously unknown predatory species. Evolving just like the dinosaurs. Now. Today.
Weaving science and thriller in a way not seen since Jurassic Park, Natural Selection introduces a phenomenally dangerous new species that is rapidly adapting in a way never before seen.

A mystery. A chase. A vast, expansive puzzle.
A team of scientists is on the verge of making a stunning discovery.
When people start dying, the stakes are upped even further.
Then the real hunt begins.

About Dave Freedman

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Dave Freedman was born and raised in New Jersey and currently lives in Southern California with his wife. He earned a Bachelor of Science from Princeton and his Masters from Harvard University. Natural Selection is his first novel.
Published June 6, 2006 by Hachette Books. 432 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Business & Economics, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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They’re driven by an entrepreneur who, like those who sought the mighty Kong, desperately wants to capture and exhibit the monsters to the public.

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Jaws meets Charles Darwin in Dave Freedman's debut novel, Natural Selection, a maritime horror story.Freedman, a former Wall Street executive, creates a survival-of-the-fittest predator from the deepest depths that can snack on mere sharks.

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By starting his first novel thus, Dave Freedman acknowledges the challenges set forth for both himself and the reader: for Freedman, to create a science thriller featuring a frightening but realistic monster;

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