Tesla's Curse is a thriller of international caliber – action as it pleases, and with an original and highly personal twist.
Two eccentric scientists are on the threshold of presenting the ultimate proof that parts of modern technology are destroying human neurological biology. The night before one is to present her findings at an international symposium, she is murdered, silenced and cunning. The suspicion automatically goes to some mythical alliance of international capitalism and corrupt politics.
It's not that simple – of course. Nina FitzPatrick keeps readers in full span through 350 pages. She drives them through a network of surprising connections, across professional environments, protagonists and alliances of different cast and varying morals, all with experiences, opinions or a relationship to the case.
Suspicions and fears of technology tampering with creation are at least not weakened as the story progresses.
Irresponsible capital forces
There is little doubt about the author's starting point. Suspicions and fears of technology's tampering with creation are at least not weakened as history progresses. . .