Living Proof

A Thriller

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Publisher Description

In 2027, destroying an embryo is considered first-degree murder. Fertility clinics still exist, giving hope and new life to thousands of infertile families, but they have to pass rigorous inspections by the United States Department of Embryo Preservation. Fail an inspection, and you will be prosecuted.

Brilliant young doctor Arianna Drake seems to be thriving in the spotlight: her small clinic surpasses every government requirement, and its popularity has spiked—a sudden, rapid growth that leaves the DEP chief mystified. When he discovers Arianna's radical past as a supporter of an infamous scientist, he sends undercover agent Trent Rowe to investigate her for possible illegal activity.

As Trent is pulled into Arianna's enigmatic world, his own begins to unravel. The secret he finally uncovers will deeply move him—and jeopardize them both. With the clock ticking her life away, he finds himself questioning everything he knows to be true, and then must summon the courage to take the greatest risk of all. Nothing less than human life—and a major scientific breakthrough—hang in the balance.

A thought-provoking thriller by debut author Kira Peikoff, Living Proof is a celebration of love and life that cuts to the core of a major cultural debate of our time.

At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2012
February 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
368
Pages
PUBLISHER
Tor Publishing Group
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
360.6
KB

Customer Reviews

AdamnW1983 ,

Wow, except -

This was a great philosophical novel. I gave it 4 stars because I cared about the characters involved, the conflicts, and the original presentation of theme. Living Proof was engaging not only as a thriller, but an exploration into the motivations of people.

The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is because I had some hang-ups regarding the story's plausibility.

Roger1427 ,

Amazing!

Gripping read! Why even split a book into chapters if you'll never put it down in the first place? Definitely recommend!

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