The Scurrying World. "The Secret Cure" by Sue Woolfe. [review]
In some ways, Sue Woolfe’s new novel, "The Secret Cure", deals with similar themes to her last novel, the award-winning "Leaning Towards Infinity" (1996). The central character of the novel is a young laboratory technician, Eva, unqualified but desperate to be a scientist. She nurses an obsessive love for a professor of immunology who has a professionally disadvantageous but compelling desire to find a cure for autism. This is an outstanding work of imagination, wit and intellect. I await with fascination the future development of this highly talented writer.