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Christ Clone

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In this gripping thriller, the challenge goes out: clone Jesus Christ.Can science make a leap of faith? A wealthy businessman, issues a global challenge to all biotechnology corporations: clone Jesus Christ. As precious artefacts - the spearhead reputed to have been used to stab Jesus on the cross, a piece of the cross itself, and the Shroud of Turin - go missing from chur ...more
Published February 8th 2008 by Random House NZ - Arrow
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Dave Mcleod
Since I wrote it, it's Obviously an amazing book by an outstanding author!
Always keen to hear your comments and criticisms ( but please be kind I'm fragile haha)
This book was a really good read. Very interesting concept that starts in Los Angeles and mixes 21st century science with history and legend . . .

Watch for the sequel that will be released by the end of 2012.
Kirsty Graham
It was an interesting concept, I enjoyed following the story in and out of 21st century science mixed with ancient idealism's. Worth a look.
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