Skin Deep

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iUniverse, Aug 1, 2001 - Fiction - 404 pages
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What if biological transmitting devices that were able to be implanted into human beings, thus allowing others to listen in on their private conversations, became a reality? How could these devices be unknowingly inserted into their living hosts, and what evil machinations could result in yet one more example of man's inhumanity to his fellow man?

Such is the premise for SKIN DEEP, where doctor is pitted against doctor, and a beautiful scientist, vying for her lover's affection, is willing to destroy anyone who gets in her way.

Enmeshed between the medical malpractice trial of the century, a major epidemic threatening to wipe out the world's population, and a scheme to reap billions of dollars in profit, the novel winds its way from courtroom to bedroom in an ever enlarging circle of greed, corruption, and death.

Will humankind be changed forever? The answer lies merely skin deep.

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