A whirlwind of literary fiction that transports readers into another dimension.

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AtlantisGeneA.G. Riddle’s first book in his best-selling “Origin Mystery Series” creates an extraordinary tapestry of talent for readers to enjoy. The Atlantis Gene takes reality and weaves it into a work of fiction that stretches the mind in wondrous ways. It is a thriller, a book of possibilities, a love story, a murderous mystery where almost anything becomes possible, and almost everything possesses a grain of truth.

The Atlantis Gene achieves what few thrillers accomplish: it becomes a whirlwind of literary fiction that transports readers into another dimension. In the process, A.G. Riddle steps onto the stage with science fiction greats like Asimov, Heinlein, Bradbury, Clarke, Verne and Wells. And he also joins the thriller and mystery greats like Hobbs, Gage, le Carré, and Gordon.

This is truly great writing, from a truly great writer. – Temple Emmet Williams, former editor at The Reader’s Digest, author, and writer.

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Temple was born in Cleveland, Ohio, educated at The Hotchkiss School and Yale University, became a journalist, was nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize as an undercover reporter at the World Telegram & Sun in New York City, worked as a Managing Editor at News/Check, a weekly newsmagazine in Africa and as an Editor at the Reader's Digest in the United States. He was a copywriter and creative director for large ad agencies around the world, lived in Africa for 6 years and in Europe almost as long. He and his wife live in Boca Raton, Florida.

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