Hailed by the "New Yorker" as a "furious, tender, and wittily erudite (novel), " "Mendel's Dwarf" explores the brave new world of genetic science and the depths of the human heart.
About the Author
Simon Mawer earned a graduate degree in zoology from Oxford University. He is the author of four previous books published in England, including Chimera, which won the McKitterick prize for a first novel. He lives and teaches in Rome.