I’m thrilled to announce my newest novel, “The Human Trial.” Two brilliant men of science make earth-shattering discoveries that appear to penetrate the microscopic secrets of life and death themselves. While the Great Depression’s chaos riddles the world like a cancer, the researchers’ unprecedented medical findings, much to their surprise, pit them against the medical establishment Dr. Archer had struggled to be a part of. The powers behind the scenes not only do not welcome these breakthroughs, they seem ready to violently oppose them and the vast changes they portend for the field. Just how far will orthodox medicine go — and what costs will it be willing to pay, in lives and in efforts to suppress truth — to protect vested interests in the already teetering world?
The Human Trial
After an agonizing climb to earn his pathology specialty from Harvard Medical, early discoveries in the microscopic realms threaten not only Dr. Randall Archer’s hard-won place in the field of medicine, but his very life.
A Note from The Author
Being raised with women, lots of women, it was only upon reaching school age that I discovered how different boys were, in themselves of course, but also in the way the two genders were and are treated. I intuited, long before I had words for it, the double standard in behaviors and expectations. Perhaps that set the stage for my investigating through my writing the evolution of women and female roles in our rapidly changing times. But even that statement feels too limited. It’s more that through my work I wish to explore the evolution of roles, regardless of gender, as changes in one directly and immediately affect changes in the other.