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Monster, Mirriam Neal

Monster

In 2053, WorldCure scientist Eva Stewart’s medical career becomes a nightmare when she discovers writing on her Subject’s cell wall. “I still have a soul.”
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The Y Factor

What if our DNA holds the solution to the Middle East conflict? What if there are people willing to kill to keep the secret? Computer scientist Eric Colburn uncovers a terrorist plot so dark and explosive that it threatens to shake the very foundations of the world. By Liam Roberts.
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Hunter

A beast is loose somewhere north of the Arctic Circle and it’s already charged through a secret research facility, wiping out the elite military squad that had been guarding it. By James Byron Huggins.
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Trackers

The young men and women of the Birthright Project have pledged their lives to a risky and redemptive mission–preserving God’s original creation from human depravity and the destruction of the Endless Wars. Book 2 of The Birthright Project series, dystopian science fiction for adult readers.
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A Wine Red Silence

In a world of nanotechnology and genetic engineering, where fantasies are easily fulfilled but dreams turn to ashes, private detective Jerico Drake must pursue a deadly trail that will show him both the worse, and the best, of humankind. By George L. Duncan.
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Outriders

Delivered through the polar ice by a whale, their journey is nothing short of miraculous and their mission is nothing short of impossible. Their quest is to reclaim God’s birthright and preserve the original creation. Book 1 of The Birthright Project series, dystopian science fiction for adult readers.
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Monster by Frank Peretti

Monster

Someone — no, something — emerges from the dense woods and begins pursuing them. Dependent on the efforts of a small town and a band of friends, Reed knows they have little time to find Beck.
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Shivering World

Dr. Graysha Brady-Phillips is suffering from a genetic disease. On the long-life planet Goddard, she must convince paranoid rebel scientists to trust the daughter of their worst enemy, her mother. Science fiction by Kathy Tyers.
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Retrovirus

As the new vice president of SynTech Labs Gene Therapy Division, Nick is surprised to learn how many Christians have been treated at the SynTech Center–and that his predecessor was the victim of a mysterious death. By T.L. Higley.
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Fatal Defect

When Christian and gene-splicing technician Tamara Mack instructed to graft the AIDS virus onto an airborne particle, her refusal exposes a terrorist plot threatening everyone on earth. Book 3 of the Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy series by Jefferson Scott.
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