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Comment from Jack

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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
Answer:
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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