Sandpaper Kiss

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Investigative journalist Mark Jenner has travelled the world reporting from warzones, uncovering atrocities, and tracking violent civil unrest in his lifelong quest for the truth.

Dr Conrad Faulkner has been playing God: performing horrifying genetic experiments at a hidden laboratory deep in the jungle. Now, following the man's arrest, it's down to ordinary people to decide whether the subjects of those experiments will live or die. Mark just wants to capture the facts, so that the people of the world know the truth before they have to decide.

The pressure Mark will face to spin the story in a way that benefits both of his brothers, a politician and a priest, is to be expected — the deep bond he forms with one of the experimental subjects is not. As the lines are blurred between animal and human, genius and madness, Mark will discover more in the jungle than he could ever have predicted.

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