Neanderthal

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Arrow, 1997 - English fiction - 400 pages
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Matt and Susan, two rival palaeontologists and former lovers, are summoned by a secret US government agency to help locate their college mentor, who has disappeared without trace in the remote mountains of Tajikstan. When Matt and Susan finally make contact, the implications of their dramatic discovery are more than simply scientific.

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User Review  - GretchenLynn - LibraryThing

If you are willing to suspend belief, this is an interesting 'what if' book about the possibility of Neanderthals having survived in small communities in very remote places, and also having the power ... Read full review

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User Review  - nmele - LibraryThing

I didn't like this book much, I don't read thrillers and the basic premise is an old old one. But I kept reading it, si I guess it works as a thriller. Read full review

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John Darnton is culture editor for The New York Times. He lives in New York.

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