F. Paul Wilson concludes his medical thriller trilogy featuring Rick Hayden and Laura Fanning as they confront the entities responsible for the supernatural events of Panacea and The God Gene.
F. Paul Wilson is the winner of the Career Achievement in Thriller Fiction in the 2017 RT Reviewers' Choice Best Book Awards
Something sits in a bunker lab buried fifty feet below the grounds of Lakehurst Naval Air Station.
The product of the Lange-Tür technology confiscated from the Germans after WWII occupies a chamber of steel-reinforced ballistic glass. Despite experimentation for nearly three-quarters of a century, no one knows what it is, but illegal human research reveals what it can do. Humans with special abilities have been secretly collected ― abilities that can only have come from whatever occupies the underground bunker in Lakehurst.
And so it sits, sequestered on the edge of the New Jersey Pine Barrens, slowly changing the world.
Francis Paul Wilson (born 1946) is an American author, primarily in the science fiction and horror genres.
Among F. Paul Wilson's best-known characters is the anti-hero Repairman Jack, an urban mercenary, who was introduced in the 1984 New York Times bestseller, The Tomb.
F. Paul Wilson is a noted fan of H. P. Lovecraft.
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