About P. C. Weber
P. C. ("Pete") Weber was born in Detroit and has spent most of his life in southeastern Michigan. A molecular microbiologist by profession, he has conducted research on various infectious disease agents for over twenty-five years, holding positions as a medical school professor and a drug discovery program director in the pharmaceutical industry during that time. (To view a sampling of some of his published scientific work, click here).
In 2007, P. C. Weber took leave of his research career to begin full-time work on Hanging by a Thread, a quartet of novels that he had conceived over a decade earlier. This culminated in the publication of his first book in the series, The Gift, in 2010. More recently, he has edited and written the supporting content for two compilations of early works by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Dust on a Butterfly’s Wings and The Princeton Collection, both published in 2012. P. C. Weber and LGC Publishing have elected to donate the sales proceeds from each of these titles to the Stop TB Partnership to help fight the global epidemic of tuberculosis, one of the greatest unmet medical needs in the world today.
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