The Myth of Death by Peter Wludyka

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"In the year 2041 minimum brain function clones are grown to receive surgically transplanted brains, allowing individuals to perpetuate themselves indefinitely. Although legal, cloning has been driven underground by anti-cloning activists who enlist undercover operatives — Martin Storm is one — to discover and “humanely terminate” clones before they can be used. Martin’s first mission is to terminate Nobel laureate Adrian Zeit and his alluring wife Marla. Unearthing the hiding place for their clones, Martin discovers he has a competitor, Alice, a bounty hunter. Terminating the clones leads to a startling discovery which sends Martin and Alice on a frightening and romantic odyssey in this cautionary tale that is part detective story and part speculative fiction.


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Published May 25, 2006 by Xlibris. 112 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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