DiBene's Offer: It's 1994, and young Dr. Eli Kurz is in over his head when he's appointed
as head of a major division in Harvard's Department of Pediatrics. After he makes a gaffe
at a major review of his division, he's "advised" by his embarrassed chairperson to
immerse himself in basic research at a lab in San Francisco or risk losing his position
altogether. Basic science for Eli is synonymous with un-understandable, but he stumbles
on a discovery with some clinical promise. Encouraged by his rich and raffish new friend,
DiBene, to fast track his research at a private lab on an island in the Antilles, Eli learns
the lab is not as it seems, and suddenly his job, his reputation, and his life are all at stake.
Read this. You'll love it.
—Jeff Camhi, author of Care for the Carer
Taeusch's writing is as sharp as a scalpel.
—Jay Koppelman, author of Identicality
DiBene's Offer is a gripping pirate's tale for the modern age. I couldn't put it down!
—Daniel Weizmann, author of The Last Songbird