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R.N. Shapiro’s Page-Turning Biological Thriller grabs rave reviews

R.N. Shapiro’s Page-Turning Biological Thriller grabs rave reviews

March 23, 2015 – Challedon Publishing’s latest offering, “Taming the Telomeres,” authored by R.N. Shapiro has already had 6,000 downloads in the first month of its release on Amazon.

Avid book reviewers and readers have lapped by the page turner, giving it five star ratings and high recommendations. “A masterpiece” and “spellbinding page turner” are just some of the praises showered on this cutting-edge biological thriller. The book has bagged a five star rating at readersfavorite.com. “The author’s style is similar to a John Grisham novel,” says an impressed reader on Amazon, while another reviewer on the site writes, “I thought this was an outstanding thriller – twists and turns you never expected. This is right in there with Grisham, Baldacci, and Turow.”

“Taming the Telomeres” is fast paced story featuring high school senior Amanda Michaels, who, following a jet crash, suffers amnesia. She loses her parents and her memory as a result. She soon learns that she may be in the possession of some of the deadliest biological secrets (research on cell chromosomal telomeres carried out by Amanda’s father) that will have intelligence agencies are prepared to kill for. What follows is a whirlwind of biological espionage woven into a gripping tale furiously moving from Washington DC to New York to Middleburg and more Unpredictable characters, a string of unexpected plot twists, and a highly unanticipated climax complete the thriller joyride. According to the introduction, the thriller is “based on a true” story, which makes it an even more compelling read. The author himself has explored the regions in the book extensively, which lends the narrative an aura of authenticity.

About Author

R.N. Shapiro is an author, blogger, avid U.S. inventor holding 18 U.S. patents, and a practicing trial attorney. The writer has researched and avid studied concepts related to biology and medicine for 3 years before penning the manuscript of “Taming the Telomeres”. He drew extensively from his experiences as a trial attorney. Rick lived in Washington DC during his law school days, and travelled around Virginia, Georgetown, Middleburg, and other areas mentioned in the book. The author received his college degree from the University of Maryland, and served as a staff assistant to a U.S. Congressman. Rick went on to graduate from the George Mason University School of Law with a distinction. He currently practices law at Shapiro, Appleton & Duffan, a Virginia Beach law firm.

Book is available at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Taming-Telomeres-Thriller-R-N-Shapiro-ebook/dp/B00PDXO1TK

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Company Name: Taming the Telomeres – Challedon Publishing
Contact Person: R.N. Shapiro, Author
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Website: www.RNShapiro.com