THE DELTA ANOMALY
Praise for Fatal Memories
has crafted a winner...Settle in with Fatal Memories and
get set for a roller coaster ride with hairpin turns all along the
author of The Society,
Fatal, The Patient
Memories is a compelling, endlessly fascinating read. Far more
than a medical thriller, it weaves history and romance into a tale
that asks: do we carry the memory of past lives in our genes?"
author of Body Double,
The Surgeon, The Sinner
new voice that may well become the new Robin Cook or Michael Crichton."
page-turner vast in its proportions -- from a lab in Boston to 14th
Century Russia -- Fatal Memories is a thriller that is all
too possible in the not-too-distant future."
Norris Church Mailer
author of Windchill
if your DNA carries your ancestral memories and not just physical
traits? What if your ancestor's enemy meets you and tries to harm
you? Dr. Anne Powell finds herself trying to prove her new medical
machine can help those suffering from mental illness, but triggers
results she didn't expect. This is a fun read."
Mary Jane Weber
The Town Bookstore, Westfield, NJ
Memories creates a frightening picture of how human consciousness
can be controlled by computers. It is a tale that the reader will
not likely forget. If one of the parameters of good literature is
that it teaches moral lessons, then this author must certainly be
counted as a welcome voice in this new century."
Fiction Foresight, Foreward Magazine
Lange's first novel, Fatal Memories, combines the swashbuckling
fantasy-adventure time travel of Diane Gabaldon's Outlander
with the cliff hanging science fiction elements of his fellow doctor-become-author,
- Katherine Neville
author of The Magic Circle,
The Eight, A Calculated Risk.