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What does it take to win a Nobel Prize? Deceit? Fraud? Maybe even murder? When she finds a drug that has the potential to treat Alzheimer's disease, Pam Weller is certain she's made the discovery of a lifetime. But her success threatens the supremacy of Eric Prescott, a leading figure in Alzheimer's research, who sees his chances at a Nobel Prize slipping through his fingers. His lust for the prize and the accolades that come with it drive him to concoct a plot against Pam that threatens her career, her freedom, and even her life.
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Yvonne Glasgow 5.0 out of 5 stars This one will draw you in... January 22, 2018 In the clever and stylistic vein of Michael Crichton and Robin Cook, Geoffrey M. Cooper has created a magnificently written novel about medical science and deceit. 'The Prize' takes you on a journey into the world of discovery behind the closed doors of scientists looking for the next fix-it drug. In this case, two particular big names in their field are racing to find a cure for Alzheimer's Disease. It's a race that leads to death.
I really enjoyed this book. It was quite the page turner and kept me up a couple nights. It's one of those stories you itch to get to the end of so you can see the bad guy (or woman) punished for their misdeeds.