It’s really a beautifully written book. The plot and characters takes you to the world of children whose lives depends on strange people who treat them not necessarily with love and empathy. You must read it! – Amazon Review
A child with unique traits. A mystery older than human civilization.
… a secret worth killing for.
When undocumented children in ICE detention center become sick from food poisoning, one little boy seems immune. Only nobody knows who he is or where he came from, and the boy isn’t talking. A pharmaceutical company turns the child into a lab animal to crack the puzzle of his immunity and turn it into profit.
The mystery deepens when the boy reads from a book that can’t be decoded for hundreds of years. Dr. Jenny Williams and her friend, Dr. Sonia Ruiz are determined to save the boy and travel to one of the most remote parts of the world to return him to his parents. They try to stay one step ahead of the thugs sent by the pharmaceutical company that wants the child back.
Wonderfully written and kept me on my toes. Would definitely read more on the Adventures of Sonia and Jenny. Full of suspense and had a great ending to the adventure, while leading into another adventure to come. -Amazon Review
About the Author
J. C. Pater is a print journalist who published over three-thousand articles. She also worked for the government, taught at the university, ran a fishing club, and remodeled houses. J.C. follows a credo,”You only live once, so try everything, and have no regrets.” J.C. is a history buff, a compulsive reader, an avid collector of random facts, and a world traveler who visited over twenty countries. She currently lives in a suburb of Chicago. When J.C. is not writing a new book or traveling, she is probably busy arguing with her grown sons or pampering her cats.