“And when you are alone, burn it. It’s my most important work, and means the destruction of humankind.”
These are the words that Dr. Albert Einstein confessed to Linda Donovan on the 18 thof April, 1955. Linda was one of the nurses at Princeton Hospital who assisted him shortly before he died.
Dr. Einstein’s confession destined, in the summer of August of 2003 to bring Adam Black, a Princeton University professor and his brother in law, a priest known as Father Daniel, many problems and unforeseen repercussions. They are inexorably drawn into a plot of secrets, persecution and power. Not only are the high echelons of government and FBI involved, but unbeknown to them, they have the fate of all humanity in their hands.
What motivated the most famous scientist in the world to hide a secret of such magnitude?
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