The Immortalists by Kyle Mills

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Dr. Richard Draman is trying desperately to discover a cure for a disease that causes children to age at a wildly accelerated rate—a rare genetic condition that is killing his own daughter. When the husband of a colleague quietly gives him a copy of the classified work she was doing before her mysterious suicide, Draman finally sees a glimmer of hope.  The conclusions are stunning, with the potential to not only turn the field of biology on its head, but reshape the world.  Soon, though, he finds himself on the run, relentlessly pursued by a seemingly omnipotent group of men who will do whatever it takes to silence him.

About Kyle Mills

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Kyle Mills was born in 1966. He moved around a lot as a child because his father was an FBI agent. He graduated college with a degree in finance and worked in a bank before becoming a writer. His first book, Rising Phoenix, took eight months to write and was published in 1997. His other works include Storming Heaven, Sphere of Influence, Fade, The Second Horseman, Lords of Corruption, Robert Ludlum's The Ares Decision, and The Immortalists. His title Robert Ludlum's the Utopia Experiment made The New York Times Best Seller List for 2013.
Published December 6, 2011 by Thomas & Mercer. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Crime. Fiction

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Chevalier gives Draman a thumb drive with data she was working on, but Draman's first step to understand what's on it leads to his arrest for industrial espionage.

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New York Journal of Books

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I’m being paid extremely well to make your death look like a suicide .

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Huffington Post

Microbiologist Richard Draman needs to find a cure for progeria, a rare genetic disorder, especially of early childhood, characterized by premature aging.

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City Book Review

His life changes dramatically, however, when the pioneering work on aging of a brilliant but dead scientist is brought to him: Richard suddenly finds himself hopeful that there could be a cure for his daughter — but he also finds himself on the run from both the law and incredibly wealthy and pow...

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Portland Book Review

After they slip away and go on the run, Richard looks up an old friend, a retired Special Forces operative, to help protect his daughter and find answers to whether the research on the thumb drive can save his daughter and others.

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more Selena Gomez spends night at Justin Bieber's home Selena Gomez spent Friday night at Justin Bieber's home in Los Angeles and was spotted being escorted home by his personal bodyguard on Saturday morning (02.02.13) ...

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Annenberg Digital News

Mills creates a very smooth domino of thrilling scenes, but the aching problem is that some of it is very thinly veiled and makes the reader wish that the beautiful set up didn’t lead to such a predictable outcome.

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