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The Black Tea Experiments

by Ray Atkinson

The Black Tea Experiments by Ray Atkinson

Synopsis (from the publisher): Logan Bauer, a brilliant college student, has a promising future. However, when his girlfriend is accused of murdering fellow student Brent Johnson, Logan must go on a quest to discover the truth that will set her free. Logan's journey soon takes him to the former Soviet Union and into the hands of the infamous Dr. Vladimir Rostov, a former scientist who worked on several top-secret medical projects during the Cold War, including the Black Tea Experiments, a drug that would enhance the learning ability of children and ultimately increase the intelligence level of future Soviet generations.

But everything isn't as it seems. The two worlds of the former Soviet Union and the quaint college town of Crandon, Illinois, soon collide, forcing Logan to uncover the pieces of Rostov's twenty-five-year-old secret.

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The Black Tea Experiments by Ray Atkinson

The Black Tea Experiments by Ray Atkinson

Publisher: American Book Publishing
Format: Trade Paperback
ISBN-13: 978-1-58982-370-9
Publication Date: March 2007
List Price: $18.00

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