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Mysterious photos of the world’s most wanted killer, Dr. William Blaine.

Coded letters luring Persephone Smith to Spain.

A little girl who is not what she seems.

Criminal psychologist Persephone “Seph” Smith is back on the hunt for Dr. William Baine, a scientist who murdered half the world’s population with his Type O virus. Now, he plans to rebuild the world in his own image
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Paperback, 268 pages
Published April 30th 2019 by WiDo Publishing
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Tracey Dow
Jun 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
J.L. Delozier's skill as a writer is once more in evidence. Her new book, Blood Type X, is a race against time to prevent a terrorist from completing his plan to remake humankind. However, there are other forces at work, and this tension-filled thriller will keep you guessing!
Jenn Cox Harkins
Riveting tale

This was an excellent continuation of Seph's life. I didn't want it to end! There has to be another book!
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Feb 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I honestly lost track of time as I was reading this because I was so enthralled!
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Dr. Jennifer Delozier submitted her first story, handwritten in pencil on lined school paper, to Isaac Asimov's magazine while still in junior high school. Several years later, she took a creative writing elective at Penn State University and was hooked. She received her BS and MD degrees in six years, which was followed by the blur of internship, residency, and the launch of her medical career. B ...more

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