A Russian-born scientist working for a pharmacological laboratory in Montreal discovers, on his own time, a new molecule which he is sure represents a cure for cancer. As an employee of the laboratory he is not in a position to exploit his discovery for himself. Before he finds a way to do so he is murdered in cold blood by gunshot one night in the parking lot after leaving his office. Who murdered him and who eventually ends up owning the secret formula makes interesting and provocative reading. Will there be even more murders to protect the secret?
Born on an Ontario farm in the roaring twenties, he attended The University of Toronto where he obtained a B.Sc. degree and later an M.B.A. from York University. Earlier publications include, on a more serious note, A Better Democratic Model