In an age when biotechnology seems to be on the verge of offering
prospective parents every possible option, Gary Braver (pen name
for Northeastern University English Professor Gary Goshgarian) has
written a novel about the aftermath of choice. Like its
predecessor, ELIXIR, GRAY MATTER treads on ground fraught with
ethical dilemma in the face of overwhelming temptation.
Rachel Whitman and her husband live in a tony suburb of Boston.
Thanks to Mr. Whitman's success and business acumen, they appear to
have it all, including a beautiful little boy named Dylan who sings
like an angel. Living in a to