A Chilling Thought

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iUniverse, Oct 19, 2006 - Fiction
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He's a bitter, alcoholic young man angry with his grandfather's disinheritance of his artist father. She's an innocent woman with hazy origins. Together, they plot to destroy the grandfather's body, frozen at the institute in hopes of future rebirth. At the same institute, an ambitious, unstable researcher pretends to obliterate the frozen head of a widow's husband and implants the grandfather's identity in the young man's brain. However, the scientist's breakout hopes are thwarted by a terrorist's violent attack on the lab. When the lab's founder demands the young woman succeed him as director, the young couples' future becomes even murkier.

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Emil Roy is Associate Professor of English at Purdue University. He is co-author of "Studies in Drama "and "Studies in Fiction."

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