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Just finished a paperback by W. Michael Gear and Kathleen Gear called "Dark Inheritance" that was pretty good, dealing with genetic engineering of chimpanzees.

Not a Nobel prize candidate, but a good summer read.
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I read all the early Native American books by the Gears, a husband/wife team of working archeologists. I refer to the series that I read as the People of theseries, since the titles are People of the Wolf, People of the Fire, People of the Earth, People of the River, People of the Sea, People of the Lakes, etc about the prehistory of the Native Americans, based on their findings and knowledge of the legends and folklore. I enjoyed them quite a bit. The first ones were in relative order, the later ones tended to skip around, chronologically.

I shall be glad to check out this one. I think they write well.
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It was a very good read, finished it in two days.
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