Channeling Cleopatra by Elizabeth Ann Scarborough

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Powerful. Beautiful. Seductive. Cleopatra had it all. And soon, through genetic "blending," any woman will be able to share her secrets, her wiles, her way with men. First, though, her genetic material must be found. Forensic anthropologist Leda Hubbard jumps at the chance to be the first person to find Cleopatra's final resting place. And the chase is on-for whomever gets access to Cleopatra's genetic material will also gain access to all of her knowledge. And though some want to channel Cleopatra for love, others have far more sinister motives.

About Elizabeth Ann Scarborough

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Elizabeth Ann Scarborough is the author of the Nebula Award-winning novel Healer's War, which draws on her experiences as a nurse in Vietnam, and the critically acclaimed Nothing Sacred, as well as numerous other novels.
Published January 27, 2011 by Unknown. 256 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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Leda Hubbard's greatest ambition was to be an Egyptologist, but lack of opportunity and lack of finances conspired to keep her from that goal.

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