Genetic scientist Dr. Edward Sherman believes he is on the verge of discovering a gene for extreme longevity: the "Methuselah Trait". Though Sherman is widely respected, no one else in the scientific community accepts his unproven theory. So why has someone hired a professional thief to break into his house and stalk his every move? Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. More Details Other Editions 1.
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