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The 13th Power Quest

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The 13th Power Journey

Book 2

The 13th Power War

Book 3

Undead in Paris

A Screenplay

Black Jack
The Pearl of Death
The Grief Syndrome
Justin Graves

Z-motors

Street Beat
Wilderness Rampage

Return me to Mistwillow

111,900 words - 348 pages

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The Duplication Factor

Behold the first human clone

Speculation has it, in scientific circles and the press, that in some secret lab somewhere, a human has already been cloned. The truth is there were two clones, a corporate tycoon and a mass murderer. The consequences were horrific.

Corporate tycoon WILLIAM TULIVER is dying. He needs a bone marrow transplant, but no suitable donor is available. When doctors suggest cloning technology, he hires Blythe Biotech to clone him and recruits his girlfriend to give birth to the clone. He doesn’t know Blythe scientists have developed a special restriction enzyme that not only clones cells, it duplicates humans. The scientists are going to test it on William and the soon-to-be-executed MORRIS BRENNON, a notorious mass murderer.

 

This is a story of betrayal, the pain of lost love, and the consequences of human cloning. Be prepared to burn the midnight oil with this one.

 

 

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Grey Line Entertainment says:

The Duplication Factor is a fine piece to read. Very broad, very rich. Expansive. Great characters, high stakes. A page turner. It has elements of Sci-Fi, thriller, and romance. It is filled with three-dimensional characters with rich back stories and justified motivations. On the page and scene level, this is an easy read. There's a nice command of description and dialogue as well as an ever forward moving story progression. The characters all have definite objectives. Structurally it is inventive, and emotionally it covers all the bases.