“Compelling! A page turner that pays off, and an astute allegory for the moral confusion of our times.”

James Riordan

Author of Break On Through: The Life & Death of Jim Morrison and Stone: The Controversies, Excesses, and Exploits of a Radical Filmmaker

“The God Gene is a fast-paced, darkly humorous commentary on American politics, business, and media. Simmon’s novel is cleverly-crafted; part weird science, part social satire, and totally entertaining.”

Gary W. Moore

Author of Playing With the Enemy and The Final Service

“I would highly recommend The God Gene. Fully developed characters. Interesting plot line. Very relevant to our times and its spiritual and moral ambiguity.”

Jack Hatfield

Chairman of the Board, Chicago Area Great Books Council

“The humor here runs the gamut from laugh-out-loud to dark.”

The Daily Journal

Winner: National Indie Book Award

Her five-year-old daughter died of leukemia. Now, renowned scientist Rosalind Evans is nearing the completion of a major research project to develop a breakthrough leukemia treatment. But instead of revealing the information she seeks, the genetic code spells out something bizarre: The Ten Commandments.