The Living Image

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
What would you do if you found your own double? Sabrina discovers hers is part human and part computer. Things become dangerous when the CIA, KGB, and a Japanese business man find out about the woman she calls Eve. The CIA wants to study her. The KGB wants to abduct her for the technology. The Japanese don't care if they have to tear the woman to pieces--they want to know how she was made. More

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About Pamela Richter

Pamela Mary is an author living in West Hollywood, California. She has a degree in Psychology, from Northridge State University. She has worked as a property manager for Nansay, Corp. a multi-national corporation, been a dance teacher for Arthur Murray and Fred Astaire Dance Studios. While in college she worked as a Bunny at the San Francisco Playboy Club.

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Review by: Shirley Blane on Nov. 9, 2011 :
This author skilfully blends science with plausible fiction to create an exciting and credible story. Waking up in a tanning saloon beside a living, breathing mirror image of herself, our heroine becomes involved in a dangerous fight. With the man who created her clone in hospital from a heart attack, only Sabrina can protect her newly formed twin from government agencies, foreign spies and greedy lawyers. All of them will stop at nothing, including murder, to catch and use this beautiful woman with a computer for a brain. In the wrong hands, she could be worth millions and they will kill to get her. As the relationship between Sabrina and her twin develop, they learn from each other and confuse all who meet them. Humour and suspense, love and passion, make this a story to remember. Having followed the two women as they fight the baddies and plot their escape, it would be great to read more about their subsequent lives. Pam Richter brings her characters alive, they are likeable and fun, even in adversity.
(reviewed 34 days after purchase)
Review by: Elizabeth Audrey Mills on Sep. 4, 2011 :
The Living Image by Pamela Richter
A fun to read, nicely paced thriller, this book is well written and entertaining. I hope to see more from this talented author, and I suspect she will not disappoint.
Liz Mills
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
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