Unholy Birth by Andrew Neiderman

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Congratulations, it's a boy... Now it's time to pray.

Kate Dobson and her girlfriend run a successful California catering business and share a beautiful home in the Indian Canyons of Palm Springs. They are secure in their relationship and more than comfortable financially. But Kate wants something more...a child. Her longing has invaded her dreams, turning them to nightmares, but it's a need that won't be ignored. So it seems like a miracle when Kate is contacted by Genitor, a cutting-edge in vitro fertilization clinic. Dr. Lois Matthews, the head of Genitor, will personally handle Kate's case, and everything is in place for Kate's pregnancy: an ideal donor, a live-in nanny. But before any test shows she is pregnant, Kate experiences unnerving symptoms in full force, pushing her body - and soon her sanity - to the brink. How can she feel a child quickening inside her? Why is she being pursued by a terrorizing radical group - or is she? Paranoia is taking over her mind, but a force of evil is taking over her body. And soon that evil will be delivered...

About Andrew Neiderman

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Andrew Neiderman is the author of numerous novels of suspense and terror published by Pocket Books and Pocket Star Books, including Deficiency, The Baby Squad, Under Abduction, Dead Time, Curse, In Double Jeopardy, The Dark, Surrogate Child, and The Devil's Advocate -- which was made into a major motion picture by Warner Brothers. He lives in Palm Springs, California, with his wife, Diane. Visit his website at www.neiderman.com.
Published August 17, 2007 by Pocket Books. 339 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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