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A priceless biotechnology, an FBI agent, and an unspeakable act of familial betrayal collide in a tropical kidnapping more twisted than a DNA double helix. When a renowned scientist with a solution for global warming is kidnapped at sea, FBI Special Agent Tara Shores must unravel a high-tech trail of SOS messages encoded into the DNA of living cells. As each decoded message brings Tara nearer to the missing genius, it also takes her farther from help than she ever thought possible.

©2011, 2012 Rick Chesler (P)2012 Rick Chesler

Critic Reviews

"Great scientific concepts that are based in reality, especially the secret messages encoded in DNA...vivid setting in Hawaiian islands with lots of local color and local detail. Good pacing will keep you reading to the end. FBI agent Tara Shores is one cool, competent chick." (ScienceThrillers.com)
"Rick Chesler's biotech thriller kiDNApped is a pulse-pounder of the highest order!" (Weekly EBook Reader)

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I had high hopes for his book, as the first in the series - 'Wired Kingdom' was such a good story and I was not disappointed in the slightest. I was hooked from the first chapter, it has great characters, it's fun, interesting and makes you think. The end was good but shocking. The detail was just right. If you are looking for an intelligent, fun, well written thriller then this is the book for you.
David Gilmore does a wonderful job of bring the characters and locations to life.

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