Chicago, 1936. Herr Doktor Ernst Kreuzvogel, now known as Dr. David Vogelmann, administers his experimental serum on seven newborn infants at a hospital in Chicago. The Kreuzvogel Experiment is a sci-fi thriller about the lives of Howard “Howie” Brice and Miriam Berkowitz, two of the seven infants used in the experiment, who end up in a relationship after they become adults.
2016. The serum was successful to the extent that in 2016, at the age of 80, the subjects are still healthy, virile, and appear to be in their late forties-to-mid fifties. However, the test subjects of the experiment are now being stalked and murdered, with their blood harvested into a serum for members of The New Third Reich, a neo-Nazi organization dedicated to world domination. Will The Kreuzvogel Experiment succeed?
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THE KREUZVOGEL EXPERIMENT (ISBN: 978-1-62857-
About the Author: Norman T. Bradford is retired and lives in Tucson. This is first novel. He was inspired to write it because when he was a young child in Chicago, he overheard his grandmother talking with neighbors about the homeless being paid to be subjects of experiments.
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