The Nephilim Formula

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Horace Ponsonby, an extremely wealthy, somewhat crazy, elderly man is obsessed by a life-long interest in ‘the ancients’. A dream causes him to engage British-based Reggie Riffkin, PI, on an assignment which promises him a hefty and life-saving bonus. Reggie's PI business has been very slack of late, and he needs the cash. The job is not as straighforward as Reggie hoped it would be.

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About Ron Simpson

I'm currently living in Auckland, New Zealand, my home town. My wife is named Melissa and is a Filipina. We have two children. I have written just one novel to date, this being the result of a fractured leg while living in the Philippines. Just waiting until I fracture the other leg now so that I can write another novel.
Addition 7/12/2014: Still no fractures, so no more novels. Somehow I don't think the world has been waiting with bated breath for the next one.
Addition 14/2/2016: No more fractures, no more novels. No fractures means I obviously didn't forget Valentine's day. But the day isn't over yet. Every now and then I get a faint stirring of a novel wanting to get out, but so far I've managed to suppress it every time.

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Review by: Laura Lynn777 on Sep. 2, 2009 :
Loved this book! Combination of mystery and the mysterious
(reviewed 71 days after purchase)
Review by: E. J. Ruek on June 20, 2009 : (no rating)
I thought this might be a good read when I saw it. The cover art was enticing, the blurb sounded good. I clicked to check out the sample and was hit by the repeated use of words like 'sumptuous', 'expensive', and 'luxurious', the author telling us, hammering it into us, rather than demonstrating that this is an elite suite and a well-heeled investigator. I think the plot and story might be very, very good, but the writing needs a solid professional editing, in my opinion. Sentences like this in the very first few paragraphs made me click out:

"There was a knock at the door. Oh no! Who could this be?"
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