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Man Obsessed

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Man Obsessed by Alan E. Nourse is an intense and thought-provoking novel that delves into the dangerous consequences of unchecked ambition. The story follows Dr. Sidney K. Schultz, a brilliant scientist who becomes consumed by his desire to achieve immortality through radical medical experimentation. As Schultz becomes more and more obsessed with his research, he begins to lose touch with his ethics and humanity, risking the lives of himself and those around him.

Nourse's writing is gripping and suspenseful, drawing the reader into Schultz's increasing descent into madness. The moral dilemmas presented in the novel are compelling and timely, as they force readers to consider the ethical implications of scientific advancement and the limits of human ambition.

Overall, Man Obsessed is a chilling and cautionary tale that serves as a reminder of the dangers of becoming consumed by one's own desires. Nourse's exploration of the dark side of scientific progress will leave readers questioning the price of human innovation and the true nature of progress.

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Jeffrey Meyer had a killing on his mind. It meant nothing to him that his towering Twenty-first Century world was going mad. He shouldered aside the rising tide of narcotics-mania, the gambling fever, the insatiable lust for the irrational. Jeff had his own all-consuming obsession—Paul Conroe must die! After a five-year frenzied chase, Jeff had his victim cornered; he'd driven him into the last hideaway of the world's most desperate men—the sealed vaults of the human-vivisectionists. And Jeff knew that to reach his final horrible objective, he must offer himself also as a guinea pig for the secret experiments of the world's most feared physicians!

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