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One year after the Amish incident, Phil D'Amato begins an even stranger case. Why did the body of a 30,000 year old mummy appear out of nowhere in the NYU library? And was the body that of the missing janitor?
Reeling from the death of his friend, Phil searches for answers. Using an address he finds in Mo's phone, Phil visits Sarah Fischer and learns some startling information about secret groups who have the power to both manipulate the human genetic code and to make allergies deadly.
Young Gwellyn and his family discover a dead body believed to be one of the fabled singers. They burn the body, as law prescribes, but the incident burns a deep desire into Gwellyn. He must learn more about the singers. His wise friend and mentor, Jakob, knows a way, but the price will cost Gwellyn greatly.
Phil returns to the Stoltzfus farm, which Mo had shown him the previous day, just to see that more disaster has struck. He rushes to Mo's home and meets Amos, a young Amish boy who tells Phil even more about the sinister plans of their unseen enemy. And Sarah Fischer may be one of them.
Phil travels to the farm of John Lapp. He learns more about the secret forces at work against him, and he finds a way to battle the Mendelian bombs their enemy so often deploys. But Lapp insists that the Amish can handle these radicals, and Phil leaves the conspiracy behind to return to New York.
Phil D'Amato is used to seeing death, but not the deaths of those he loves. Tragedy strikes when he visits his good friend, Mo, who dies in his arms, but not before he shows Phil a hidden world of Amish science and biological alchemy.