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Dead Time Mass Market Paperback – 1 Feb 2002

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Another look at rejuvination 2 Jun. 2003
By Joshua Koppel - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Rejuvenation is the central key to this tale of medical coverup and suspense. Webster Martin is drawn in after picking up a young woman at a posh nightclub. Little does he know that she is really old enough to be his grandmother.
The next morning she is gone and Webster feels a loss. But his friend who went out with her friend never woke up at all. He has been murdered and his date is also gone.
A brilliant doctor is close to the secret of second, and maybe eternal, youth. Some powerful men are funding him. They are also protecting him and his research. They will do anything to keep the secret to themselves. Even murder.
Webster, his rejuvenated date, and a pair of local police become enmeshed in the medical plot and try to discover the truth.
The plots culminate in a satisfying conclusion although no necessarily happily for all.
A good detective thriller that is not really medical thriller and definitely not horror. But there are good characters and some plot lines that keep the reader interested.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Losing Faith 21 May 2002
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Although Neiderman is one of my favorite authors in the genre, he is losing his talent. This idea of this book seems to be a recycled, but different writing of The Immortals, which is one of my favorite novels by this author (or any novel, for that matter). I'm sorry to say this, but maybe Neiderman needs to sit back awhile and reflect before writing another novel with a storyline that's been either recycled or done before.
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