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A Woman of Two Minds

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Kit Mackenzie, a brilliant young CEO of a Fortune 500 corporation, is on trial for the murder of her mother. Was it self-defense or homicide? After the prosecutor discovers a secret brain operation in her past, he believes Kit has a strong motive for murder. His discovery begins one of the most unusual trials in American history. Media from all over the world descend on th ...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published November 9th 2019 by Black Opal Books
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Nov 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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This was a powerful read. I am going to try to write this review carefully not to give too much away because to enjoy this story you need to read and discover all the bits and pieces on your own.

Kit Mackenzie was in a dark place, dark enough that she tried to take her own life. She did survive but her life is dramatically changed forever. A change the prosecutor believes led her to kill her mother. Her fate plays out over the pages of this story.
Nov 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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The premise of this book, a partial brain transplant, is really mind blowing!! The circumstances of the transplant, a brilliant older CEO (Maggie) who was burned over 70% of her body in a horrific car accident, and the attempted suicide of a young socialite (Kit), are the foundation of the book.
The story begins when Kit kills her mother as the mother appears to be trying to kill her. The shooting is originally labeled self-defense, but is upgraded to murder when the illegal brain transplan
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After Bennington College, I worked at McCall's Magazine and then went to Ogilvy&Mather, New York during the "Mad Men " era. David Ogilvy and his colleagues treated me wonderfully, promoted me several times and then sent me west to become head of their agency in Los Angeles. I managed an agency of 200 great people. I was invited to be on the 1984 Olympic Committee and the boards of a law school ...more