Albrick's Gold, by Simon LeVay
Inversely, a century later, the novel Albricks Gold fictionalized its neuroscientist author’s theory that certain regions of the hypothalamus are smaller in gay men than in heterosexual men (Levay 1997).
About the book
Dr. Roger Cavendish, a leading researcher into the mysteries of sexuality and the mind, finds himself faced with a mystery straight out of his worst nightmares.Violence is on the rise at ultraconservative Levitican University -- and Cavendish becomes a reluctant gumshoe, busily involved in discovering what fuels this sudden rise in brutal crime. The truth seems to lie somewhere in the laboratory of Dr. Guy Albrick -- and enigmatic scientist who claims to have developed a "cure" for homosexuality. Soon, Cavendish is in a race with time, struggling to unlock the secrets of Albrick's work as the wave of violence threatens to overtake him and all others in its path. - Goodreads