Felony Dementia by Winfred Ward & Adrian Eissler
Corporate lawyer Tyler L. Harrison, Jr., “Same” to his friends and family, has just pulled his father’s feeding tube. Senior had suffered for years with early onset of frontotemporal dementia, a degenerative condition potentially lurking in millions globally. Same shares the destructive gene that transformed his father into someone he no longer recognized, and enrolls in clinical trials for Nanotine, an experimental drug with promise for a cure.
When the clinical trials are mysteriously cancelled, Same is compelled to unmask the conspiracy to kill off Nanotine before the disease, or the conspirators, plunge him into darkness.
A brutal death puts Same at odds with the local Richmond police, and his aggressive investigation lands him in the crosshairs of the FDA, the FBI, and, curiously, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
It’s a race against time to get to the bottom of the conspiracy before it claims him – while protecting himself and his orphaned brother from violent retaliation by relentless government agents. A clever family doctor, a brilliant lover from law school, and some gutsy determination are all that stand between him and a fate worse than death.