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Intern Jill Raney is determined to investigate tragedies and terror at a famous fertility and genetic engineering hospital. When two pregnant women die and a fetus is delivered with chromosomal abnormalities, Jill’s superiors – including handsome, smitten-with-her resident David Levine – insist there’s no common link.
But Jill’s suspicions deepen with the grotesque murder near the hospital of another pregnant woman – her belly drained of amniotic fluid. And when a woman miscarries in the hospital and then disappears, Jill frantically searches for her – following a terrifying path that seems to link all the victims: Is someone playing with life…and the structures of human life itself?

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The heart-stopping ending of Embryo has created a new crisis… Intern Jill Raney and the man she loves, obstetrical resident David Levine, barely escaped death at the hands of a madman. The awful scene, captured by news choppers, became a media obsession. Jill and David are now reluctant “celebrities” – & the targets of every wacko who wants to share in the attention. Including a killer. Someone who begins venting his fury at their “fame” by his hideous assaults on women – assaults which Jill and David discover are also death threats to them, and to a 6-month-old unborn baby…

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cover-embryo3-final-1200x800-lessshadowA murderous religious zealot threatens women (“sinners!”), and a little baby. First, tension enters the relationship of young doctors Jill Raney and David Levine over what to do about newborn Jesse. They both love him, but David feels he’d be safer adopted anonymously. Their stress turns to horror when they discover that a killer with hideous attack methods is after certain women, and Jesse – whom he calls “devil spawn” – and Jill & David’s hospital which he calls “the devil’s workshop which must be destroyed!” Jill and David join forces with the police in a terrifying race to track down a monster, and to prevent an unthinkable catastrophe.
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EMBRYO 4: Catch Me

A terrifying serial killer who just targets couples, and leaves taunting notes for the NYPD signed CATCH ME… At a loss, police request the help of doctors Jill Raney and David Levine, police friends and detectives on their own. Both have helped when cops’ hands are tied, or in ways that even police forensics never imagined.

But this killer, a sharp shooter, is always a step ahead. He wears gloves and disguises, shoots victim pairs at random with an unregistered gun, and leaves no physical evidence or eyewitnesses. He’s enraged to hear that David is also a crack shot, and intrigued with the couple’s adopted little son, Jesse, almost one year old, dubbed by the media “the miracle baby,” and already showing signs that he’s as intuitive as his mother…
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A beautiful young TV star, Jody Merrill, dies mysteriously and police are stumped. They are even more at a loss when the grisly remains of yet another actress, Jody’s co-star, are found. Detectives request the help of doctors Jill Raney and David Levine, police friends and detectives on their own. For Jill and David this is personal; they are heartbroken since the two murdered young women were their friends. Furiously they resolve to find the killer: to skirt the law as they always do in cases of sex crimes, child abuse and murder, helping where cops’ hands are tied (“No warrant? No problem!”), or in ways that police forensics never imagined.

The killer, capable of unspeakable savagery, must commit more murders in order to hide…possibly behind the gilded cover of Show Biz Hell. As Jody Merrill called it, “That gorgeous, sparkly bubble that closes you in, bloats your ego in some weird, alternate universe where you lose all bearings, lose yourself. Fame is unhealthy.

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The Kindle Book Review says of EMBRYO "It is rare that a book can elicit that much emotion so early in the story. I was blown away. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS BOOK!!" ... & THE READING CAFE says "Both EMBRYO 2 & the 1st EMBRYO start from page one & DO.NOT.STOP. The suspense is continuous! Holy hell, what a read!"