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Reviewed by Emma Megan for Readers' Favorite
The Goldilocks Genome by Elizabeth Reed Aden is the most exceptional medical thriller I've ever read. It starts with Wendy von Gelden's suicide. Wendy was diagnosed with major depression, and because the treatment she tried didn't work, she took her own life. When her wealthy husband, Jonas von Gelden, learns of her suicide, he can't believe it. He researches her health problems and discovers that she wasn't treated correctly. Jonas believes that her psychiatrist and impersonalized medicine are to blame for his wife's death and wants to avenge her. He plans to help accelerate the process of implementing personalized medicine in his particular manner. Yet another death will set in motion the most unexpected investigation of an outbreak of mass poisoning.
I'm so happy that I had the chance to read such a compelling and cleverly plotted mystery. I am still deeply impressed by the contents of the investigation that was unfolding before my eyes. The Goldilocks Genome by Elizabeth Reed Aden both educates and tackles a difficult subject with great skill and depth. This memorable mystery features a unique mix of real science, pharmacology, real data analyzing techniques, and actual current psychiatric practices. It's packed with gripping suspense and painful truths about the limitations of standard psychiatric treatment practices. The author powerfully illustrates the need for personalized medicine and its benefits. I highly recommend this informative medical thriller that is based on the author's deep knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry. All readers who look for realistic, compelling writing will enjoy this genuine page-turner.