"Hard science fiction is always a trick to pull off, but Arthur Doweyko's novel, Algorithm, does it, and he takes you places you didn't expect to go. It's a fun ride, and if you pay attention, you might find yourself learning some things you didn't know. Nice job, Arthur."—Steve Perry New York Times Bestselling Author of The Vastalimi Gambit
A gold medallion is discovered in a lump of coal over a hundred million years old. It contains a code describing human DNA at a time when there were no humans. How could this be? Adam Dove wants to know, but when he starts to investigate, his laboratory is destroyed and a close friend is murdered. Joined by a brilliant biochemist, Linda Garcia, the two are hunted by a Nazi underground bent on retrieving the disk and a mysterious alien presence, which may be more interested in destroying it. Adam and Linda face the most difficult decision of their lives—to leave all they know behind for the chance to discover mankind's origin and purpose.
An award-winning scientist and author, Arthur enjoys the challenge of crafting convincing science fiction. His short stories have appeared in a number of anthologies and Algorithm is his debut novel. He jousts with aliens from other worlds, while teaching college chemistry and living in Florida with his wife, Lidia.