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The Fall of the House of Heron

An Amoral Mad Scientist and His Quest for Scientific Justice

Dr. Faraday Heron: brilliant academic, nuclear research pioneer, loner, envious younger son . . . murderer.

He may have grown up in his brother’s shadow, but Faraday won’t let anything stand in the way of his research. Given the choice between funding for his work and a clean, honest life, he kills without compunction—but with explosive consequences.

An investigation into the balance between human rights and science, this novel follows the disintegration of a family and a legacy as the ends fail to justify the means.

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