How can a drug that makes people fall madly in love be a bad thing? So thinks Professor Bacci when he inadvertently unlocks the biochemical key to falling in love, and develops a drug capable of creating emotions indistinguishable from the real thing. Determined that the world benefits from his discovery, he seeks funding and(…)
Michael Cordy is a British novelist. He was born in Ghana and spent much of his childhood abroad. He was educated in Britain at The King’s School, Canterbury, Leicester University and the University of Durham.
After ten years in marketing and advertising he gave up a lucrative career to write novels. His first, The Miracle Strain was published in 1997. five languages and over forty countries.
He lives in London with his wife and daughter.