Book: The Clone's Mother by Cheri Gillardcategories: Book, Medical, Science Fiction, Cloning, Obstetrics, Kidnapping, Suspense, Hospital, Nursing, Chicago, Labor and Delivery, Scientists, Thriller
Cheri Gillardabout this book: Every few years, some obscure scientist or some suspect country claims to have successfully cloned humans. Did you know dogs and cats, cows and goats, are already being cloned? (Read about it in "Frankenstein's Cat.") Some say, like leading scientists Professor Richard Gardner, Chair of the Royal Society Working Group on Stem Cells and Cloning, and Professor Wolf Reik, Fellow of the Royal Society; Head, Laboratory of Developmental Genetics and Imprinting, say it's only a matter of time. It's close! Even Mike Pence, Governor of Indiana, got in on the conversation, saying, "Human cloning IS coming."
Well, what if it's already here, and we just don't know it? What if it's just so horrible, no one is telling what is happening?
Come with me in "The Clone's Mother" to see just how cloning could be going on right next door and nobody even knows...until hideous things start to happen. "The Clone's Mother" is a medical thriller with some science-fiction thrown in for a creative twist. Kate, a Chicago nurse, who is totally content to spend her nights at home with her cat and Wheel-of-Fortune, is knocked off her feet by a suave, classy doctor. But she isn't sure he is what he says he is. His lab partner has a lot of dark secrets and Kate starts finding out that those secrets might just involve her new boyfriend. She pokes around a bit to learn what she can, but she better hurry. People start dying—people she loves. Someone knows she's working things out, and that someone is working overtime to keep her quiet. Maybe permanently.
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