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John Darnton has worked for thirty-nine years as a reporter, editor, and foreign correspondent for The New York Times. He was awarded two George Polk Awards for his coverage of Africa and Eastern Europe, and the Pulitzer Prize for his stories smuggled out of Poland during the period of martial law. He lives in New York. His first novel, the best seller Neanderthal, was praised by the San Francisco Chronicle for being “as informative as it is entertaining.”

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Darwin, Charles, -- 1809-1882 -- Fiction.
Evolution (Biology) -- Fiction.
Naturalists -- Fiction.