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Surprising answers await readers of Frank Camelio’s “Savior.”
HONOLULU, Hawaii (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
In Frank Camelio’s gripping new thriller Savior, Swiss geneticist Joshua Mason has made a discovery that promises good health and long life for all humanity. He wants everyone inoculated with his special serum—but on his terms only. Mason is also concealing the serum's full impact on humans and taking extravagant measures to hide his past.
Meanwhile, the Supreme Trust, a clandestine international cabal, is funding its own genetic research with the purpose of controlling global population and demographics. As Mason and the Trust move separately and secretly to shape the future, their plans collide, prompting an investigation by the U.S. National Security Agency. The conflict entangles American geneticist Joyce Ching, historian Jim Rogers, and National Security agent Laura Andrews, who face mortal dangers in pursuit of the truth.
As the three begin to comprehend the magnitude of Mason’s findings and the Trust's grand strategy, shocking revelations surface—disclosures that alter history and foreshadow a precarious future. Whichever future prevails, Savior will make readers ask themselves, “Given the choice, would I take Mason’s serum?"
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About the Author
Frank Camelio is a retired U.S. naval officer. On active duty, he commanded a 5000-employee naval shipyard with an annual budget exceeding $500 million. He earned a Bachelor’s in physics and Master’s in education from Tufts University and Master’s in mechanical engineering and a Naval Engineer’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Savior reflects Camelio’s diverse interests and his passion for “plausible fiction”—where the improbable and uncertain acquire historical and scientific legitimacy.
Savior * by Frank Camelio
Publication Date: 9/20/2012
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