Cradle of Life
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Cradle of Life by R.A. Williams

The Amari Johnston saga continues, twenty-nine years later. Inspired by a true story. In recent years, new scientific discoveries have cast doubt on the theory of evolution. One of these discoveries proves that unguided evolution is impossible. After tenured professor Dr. Paul Eisen challenges the status quo by teaching his class on evolution in a way that encourages the notion of Intelligent Design, a lawsuit from the Freedom From Religion Foundation forces him to resign. But when Dr. Eisen makes an astonishing discovery that proves unguided evolution is impossible, he nearly loses his life to someone seemingly determined to keep his discovery secret. Nathan Buchanan is a Ph.D. student in biomolecular engineering. As a child, Nathan was Dr. Eisen’s next-door neighbor, and the two developed a strong bond over the years. When Dr. Eisen asks Nathan to be the first to peer-review the details of his discovery, Nathan becomes the killer’s next target. Amari Johnston-Brenner made a name for herself in the late ’80s and early ’90s as a feisty young private detective who gained international notoriety after risking her life to prove the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin. Twenty-nine years later, Amari lives in Tennessee and continues her work as a private investigator. When her daughter becomes romantically involved with Nathan, she works to solve the case in a desperate effort to keep both Nathan and her daughter safe. Although this novel continues the Amari Johnston series, it can easily be read as a stand-alone title.
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