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Replicated: A Cybil Lewis Novella

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Life's never simple for private inspector, Cybil Lewis. Her investigation for her latest client runs into a snag: dead bodies all over The District with his DNA. Is it a malfunction in the system or something far more sinister? ...more
Kindle Edition, 109 pages
Published March 18th 2017 by Mocha Memoirs Press
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JJ Broenner
Jan 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
An intriguing story - I read book three in the series without reading one and two and was able to jump right in; although I’m planning to read first two because I want to read more of these characters stories. I particularly enjoyed the authors use of a female lead that is constantly proving being female is not a weakness. Cybil realistically gets injured lots during this story but with the help of future tech heals up quickly. She is an inspiring character and I look forward to reading about he ...more
Darrell Grizzle
Mar 18, 2017 rated it it was amazing
How can so many different dead bodies have the same DNA? That's one of the mysteries in this new story featuring Cybil Lewis, a private investigator in a futuristic Washington D.C. ("The District"). Like the previous novels in this series, Replicated is a fast-paced mystery thriller with film noir elements, in a science fiction setting. The combination of genres works like a charm in the hands of a gifted author like Kurtz. ...more
Nov 04, 2020 rated it it was ok
Starting to improve from the previous two, but still really needs some editing.
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Private Investigator Cybil Lewis loves her downtime. Give her a few bottles of her favourite Peck beer, some Bruce Lee flicks and she's good to go. However, when a cyborg shows up at her office, Cybil is faced with an unwelcome blast from the past and an unspoken cry for help. With her wise-cracking, chain-smoking partner, Jane, by her side, Cybil must try and untangle a complicated, yet deadly, riddle involving stolen DNA and freshly-severed body parts all the while dodging multiple attempts on ...more
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Nicole Givens Kurtz’s short stories have appeared in over 40 anthologies of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Her novels have been finalists for the EPPIEs, Dream Realm, and Fresh Voices in science fiction awards. Her work has appeared in Bram Stoker Finalist, Sycorax’s Daughters, and other fine publications. She's a member of SFWA. Support Nicole’s #OwnVoices stories by becoming a patron of h ...more

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