Saint by Mark Roger Bailey
In a biogenetic laboratory in California, a scientist injects his own DNA into a test subject - and discovers that human knowledge and memories can be absorbed on a molecular level.
In the Vatican in Rome, the Pope makes a crucial decision in the name of science and God - to loan the human remains of Saint Peter for DNA research.
For Dr. Andrew Shepard it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, a chance to revive the genetic code of a long-dead saint in a living human subject. For the world's religious leaders, it is nothing short of a miracle, a chance to resurrect the memories of an apostle...and hear firsthand the teachings of Jesus. The experiment is successful. A miracle is reborn. But soon it becomes clear that some mysteries may never be solved. Because the resurrected Peter has escaped, on a desperate journey to Rome. And he is being stalked by an unknown assassin...

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