The Judas Gene by Robert Pitel

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“The Judas Gene” is a story about five people from four widely separated parts of the world who understand that their physical being is the result of eons of merged genes, but most heavily influenced by their parents and grandparents.

All Dr. Richard “Rip” Peters wanted was to explore a cave located high in a mountain in Argentina, but his timely medical assistance to an injured priest placed him on a path that challenged his physical skills and his sanity.

All Keri Sadju wanted to do after his father’s death by a bomb blast was to continue their secret organization’s terrorist activities against the Jews, but a discovery among his father’s papers clouded this goal and altered his life journey for all time.

All Dr. Elizabeth Sadju wanted was to obtain surgical expertise to take back to her native country by working with a prominent U.S. surgeon, but her brother’s actions placed her in a life threatening situation.

All Fr. Ortega wanted to do was be a good parish priest, but his father’s death bed confession forced him to take steps that he could never have imagined as a Catholic priest.

All Claire Thaddaeus wanted to do was help her father research ancient documents at the IB Ltd. laboratory in England, but a revelation of his ancestry and the secret organization he worked for presented a life that could prove unreconcilable.

If you were to ask them, they would say that the circumstances that brought them into contact and the ensuing devastating events could only be explained by the existence of a “Judas Gene”.

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Published February 4, 2011 by Authorhouse. 300 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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