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The Crime Code by Michael Cordy
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The year is 2008. Violent crime has become a global epidemic, nowhere more so than in the United States. Everything from the death penalty to liberal reforms has failed. Nothing has been effective. Until now. roject Conscience promises to be the solution. It is a bold attempt by a powerful group of scientists, politicians and senior law-enforcement personnel to use gene therapy to treat male criminals and cure violent crime. But among their number are those with a more sinister agenda, who would go further and turn the dream of Project Conscience into the nightmare of Crime Zero. uke Decker, a criminal psychologist disillusioned with the growing dependence on genetic science, is on the verge of resigning from the FBI when a death-row killer's whispered revelation threatens everything he believes in and catapults him into the heart of the conspiracy. Decker's only ally is Dr Kathy Kerr, an old flame and ideological adversary, and the geneticist behind the original Project Conscience. ogether they must put aside their differences to fight against a scheme so ruthless in intent and so vast in scope that it will irrevocably change the evolution of mankind itself HE CRIME CODE is a

Author Biography

Michael Cordy worked for ten years in marketing before giving it all up to write The Miracle Strain (now published as The Messiah Code), which has since sold in over twenty-five countries. He is also the author of The Lucifer Code and The Venus Conspiracy. Michael Cordy lives in London with his wife, Jenny.
Release date NZ
March 1st, 2007
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Corgi Books
Pages
480
Dimensions
106x178x30
ISBN-13
9780552155410
Product ID
1673176

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