A young geneticist's discovery bolsters her own uncertain spirituality and changes the world. More
Twenty-somethings Bailey Foster and Susan Griffin work as researchers for Bayner Genetics, a medical research lab owned by a non-scientific woman who was given the company by her dying parents. When the owner's daughter announces she is gay, she tells Foster and Griffin she wants them to find a cure for lesbianism.
Foster bristles -- homosexuality is not an illness -- but Griffin, who is herself gay, cheerfully accepts the assignment, knowing all along that she'll use the opportunity not to cure lesbianism but to secretly study her passion: Junk DNA.
The merging of Foster's personal search for spirituality with Griffin's scientific findings leads them to a discovery that will change people around the world, no one more than Foster and Griffin themselves.
The Soul Gene
Prologue : Deja Vu 1 Bayner Genetics 2 Rare as Rhenium 3 Chez Paris 4 A Prayer Answered 5 Lolly and Little LIla 6 Buddhism and Bailey 7 Rocco Makes it Hurt 8 Junk DNA 9 Father Jim's Boys 10 Reincarnation 11 Dalai Lama DNA 12 Max Dubois Hits it Big 13 Tickets to Tibet 14 Abstract Peace 15 Barbie in Love 16 Potala Palace 17 Too Lucrative to Cure 18 Zhenbang in Beijing 19 Nine Cherries 20 Repentance 21 Suze's Soul 22 Bailey Burns the Evidence 23 Little Dot 24 Let it Be