Comment from Jack

Dear Sir, I thoroughly enjoyed ‘The Constantine Covenant’ and I shall recommend it to Dutch libraries, on whose behalf I read it. However, please correct one tiny error (p. 416 paperback ed.: in 1944 nobody had ever heard of DNA, the discovery of which was still some years in the future. Best Jack
Jack. Of course, you’re right. Thanks for pointing that out. Certainly genetics research was well underway by 1944, but DNA would not have been a well known term at the time. But then, the Germans were working on some pretty revolutionary stuff that showed up years later as “inventions” of others…. 🙂 I’m glad you enjoyed it! All Best – RCC

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