For those who love a fast-paced thriller that wastes no time jumping into the action, Pamela Richter's The Living Image is a very highly reviewed choice that incorporates humor, romance, and suspense to make it a fantastic read. When the CIA, KGB, and Yakusa all get involved to hunt down a powerful and brilliant (yet incredibly confused) clone, you know it's going to be an exciting race. Grab this one, and don't be surprised when you don't want to put it down!
Name: The Living Image
Rating: 4.3 stars over 10 reviews
Sabrina Miller, a fashion designer in Los Angeles, is stunned when she meets her own double. Her shock turns to terror when she learns that her duplicate was fabricated by a scientist and that there are people intent on killing her to protect their new secret creation. The CIA wants to study her. The Russians wants to abduct her for the technology. The Japanese don't care if they have to tear the woman to pieces--they want to know how she was made.
Sabrina flees with the woman, whom she names Eve, as the news about a potential new secret weapon for the Defense Department is leaked. An international race ensues to acquire the woman, a molecular clone of Sabrina's brain and body, but dramatically changed through advanced computer engineering.
Eve has been thrust into a new body and must learn to learn how to act like a normal human woman to evade those hunting her. To complicate matters she is suddenly receiving mature hormons which play havoc with her logical and biologically enhanced brain function.
Although Sabrina and Eve look alike, there are enormous differences the people hunting them will do anything to possess.
Reviews: "Take a sexy model, duplicate. Add in a nice old genius and two bumbling sons who somehow became lawyers. Stir in some spies and Japanese bad guys. You get amazing fun. Pamela Richter has created an exciting read that jumps from the starting gate. She has an incredible grasp of emotions, humor, and action."
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