Dyad

Virginia basketball coach Ken Calhoun's twin son disappears. State Plan DYAD had worked. Ten years later Calhoun battles his own government's array of drugs to keep his twin daughter's Olympic team clean. But losing is not an option. His attempt to reclaim his lost son not only propels the Olympics to the edge of collapse, but provokes an East-West gridlock which threatens world peace. More

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About Karl Mearns

Karl Mearns is a retired educator, coach, and antiques & art dealer. During the tens of thousands of hours spent in the gym and on the field, he was able to experience the full gamut of emotions necessary to write his gut-wrenching novel Dyad. He resides in Southern Ontario.

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