Sherlock Holmes used logic, reasoning, and deduction.

Philip Marlowe used street smarts and cunning.

Track Presius uses the gift of a genetic anomaly—an animalistic sense of smell.

ChimerasAll three combine their unique gifts with keen observation. Their special abilities enhance their observational skills to amazing and unheard of levels.

Author E.E.Giorgi has created a character whom readers will want to get to know better. (The second book in the series, Mosaics, is now available.) Presius is the kind of man, that if I were a woman—wait, that was Louie’s line from Casablanca.

Track does have a great line regarding his love interest, “anything smells good on her.” This from one who can discern a person’s lunch from yesterday by their breath today.

Giorgi’s thorough research will appeal to readers who enjoy authentic police dialog and behavior, healthcare, and scientific research. The author presents technical information in easy to understand language. We first became familiar with eugenics (from the early 1900’s) in Crichton’s State of Fear and Giorgi explores it in a 21st century California setting. Is it “mad?” Miriam Goldberg (our favorite muse) says, “All science is ‘mad’ until it starts to make money.”

Chimeras is characterized by detailed descriptions of settings, especially aromas. Vivid and thought provoking metaphors enhance the reading experience by placing the reader into the settings. We find the two most important words for today’s e-book readers are, “The End.”  Chimeras is the exception. Buy it today on Amazon, HERE.