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In the year 2058, Baltimore’s latest crime epidemic isn’t gangs or drugs—it’s illegal genetic enhancements.
Before Christopher Morgan is even out of prison, he’s already on a hit list. He might have sworn off black market DNA for good, but someone out there is still after him.
Once released, Chris doesn’t have time to figure out why when the boss at his new workplace is murdered. He enlists the help of his colleague and fellow biomedical engineer Tracy Harrow. Together, they uncover a dark conspiracy that digs deeper into the world of bioengineering and genetic enhancements than they could have imagined.
Genes and plans unravel.
Chris and Tracy embark on a perilous race to uncover the truth behind the conspiracy—all while trying to figure out why there’s still a hit out on Chris.
Enhancement is a fast-paced, near-future thriller about genetic engineering, organized crime, and the abuse of advanced technology.
Targeted Age Group: 18+
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I enjoy combining elements of both thrillers and science fiction to write a fast-paced story that brings technology and science to a seemingly real-world setting. Blending these genres means I’ve got to do some background research before I put the pen to the paper, but it’s entirely worth it when the story is just as exciting to write as it is to read.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Be disciplined. Set a goal to write every day and keep it.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
As a bioengineer, I’m constantly impressed by the advances in medical science happening in research labs every day. Some of those advances bring hopes of curing diseases and improving human life, but we often forget about what happens if we don’t properly regulate or protect our medical technologies. What happens when the wrong people manipulate genetic engineering technologies for their own benefit?
About the Author:
Anthony J Melchiorri is a writer and biomedical engineer living in Maryland. He spends most of his time developing cardiovascular devices for tissue engineering to treat children with congenital heart defects when he isn’t writing or reading.