The victim of an unspeakable crime, an infant rises to become a new type of superhero. Unlike any that have come before him, he is not a fanciful creation of animators, he is real. So begins the saga of Robert James Austin, the greatest genius in human history. But where did his extraordinary intelligence come from and why do so many want to destroy him? Aided by two exceptional women, one of whom will become his unlikely lover, Austin struggles against abandonment and betrayal. But the forces that oppose him are more powerful than even he can understand. Robert James Austin is revered by many and reviled by some. But none can doubt that he is remakable.
“A perfectly wonderful read. Well researched and plausible, there is an intriguing spiritual element, one that is unique in such stories and an urgency not often found." —Pacific Book Review
“To call this novel a 'medical thriller' would be to do it an injustice. Miracle Man is about miracles, motivations, and the ability to withstand moral and ethical temptations against all odds. Readers are treated to a plot with many twists and turns: it holds intrigue, describes compulsions and diversions, and paints a powerful picture of the search for privacy, as much as meaning. This gripping novel of psychological tension is a pick for any who want high octane action and emotionally-charged reading right up to an unexpected, gripping conclusion.” —Midwest Book Review
“In his debut novel, "Miracle Man", William R. Leibowitz puts a new twist on the thriller. Along the way, he exhibits a keen knowledge of science and medicine. Some readers will see in Robert James Austin (the protagonist), a leading spiritual figure for the modern era.” —Palmetto Book Review
William R. Leibowitz has been practicing entertainment/ media law in New York City for a number of years. He has represented numerous renown recording artists, songwriters, producers and many of the leading record companies, talent managers, merchandisers and other notable entertainment businesses. William has a Bachelor of Science degree from New York University (magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) and a law degree from Columbia University. He lives in the village of Quogue, New York with his wife, Alexandria, and dog, George. William wrote Miracle Man because of its humanistic and spiritual messages and because he feels that in our current times—when meritless celebrity has eclipsed accomplishment and the only heroes are those based on comic books, the world needs a real hero—and that, of course, is Robert James Austin, the protagonist in Miracle Man.
Tracy Thibodeaux was hit by the broadcasting bug a year before he completed his undergraduate degree in Education. He went on to enjoy a twenty-year career in radio, accomplishing on-air success as a DJ and host in several morning and afternoon drive time slots and behind the scenes as a Program Director, Music Director and News Director. Tracy has voiced many commercial, instructional, educational, narrative, and public address projects. When he isn't in his studio voicing a gig, he hosts a podcast, Pods o' Pop, which features some of the world's greatest and most accomplished singers and singer-songwriters and their music. Find Tracy behind the mic of other Cherry Hill Publishing audiobook titles including Nameless, When White Fades to Black, and Frame 232.