BREEDING EVIL
by Liz Wolfe

May 2004
ISBN: 1-932815-05-8
Reviewer Graphic Button Medallion Press
Mass Market Paperback
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Shelby Parker has been asked by her old employer, the Federal Security Agency, to look for a missing woman and her son. The only way Shelby will do it is if she has control over every aspect of the case and no partners. She doesnít trust people, especially after working as a covert agent.


Thereís something strange going on at The Center. Shelby has tracked Shannon and Sam there, but they seem to have disappeared. As Shelby delves deeper into the experiments going on at The Center for Bio-Psychological Research, her fear and horror begin to rise.


Dr. Harrison McRae works for The Center. He knows that Shelby isnít telling the whole truth about who she is and what she wants. In the long run though, it doesnít matter to him because he has his own agenda.


As the violence and danger mount, Mac and Shelby find themselves fighting not only the people at The Center, but people from inside her own agency. Can they keep their wits about them and save Shannon and Sam before itís too late?


This is a chilling plot that will take the reader on a roller coaster ride between terror and horror. The pacing is fast and page turning. Youíll not want to put the book down until youíve finished it. Shelbyís character is by far the most interesting of the cast. She learns to deal with her distrust and open up to others. The suspense is the main focus of the book.


Breeding Evil is a spine tingling look at what might happen if scientists decide to breed the ultimate human.


Reviewed in April 2004 by Jenni.

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