"Found naked and alone in a locked room. The beautiful woman was in perfect health - except she was dead... It's 2043 and much has changed: nuclear war, biotechnology and all-powerful corporations have ruled the world....
Now science is taking DNA manipulation to new, unrestricted levels. Superintendent Frank Steele is an old-fashioned cop. He commands a small, elite police unit that is handed all of the bizarre and baffling cases no one else can solve. He knows the money, the murders, missing persons and gruesome body shops are all connected. He knows it starts with the girl....
Defining Diana is a hybrid, a mixture of mystery and SciFi. The mixture is about 70% mystery and 30% SciFi. If you like these type hybrids, then this is a great book. It is set in the future where there are a mix of cyborgs and humans. However, the book spends most of its time working out the details of a mystery. If you like those type books, you will like this one; if you are looking for a SciFi book you may be disappointed.
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This book has a really bad narrator he just doesent do any different voices for each character they all sound exactly the same and maybe thats why the next 2 books have a different narrator, but the story is pretty good so if you can stick with it do so.
This is the first book and there is some girl they cant identify who was found in a locked room alone and dead, Frank Steele is an old fashioned detective for the SDU which deals with cases no one else can solve or no one else wants to solve and things get more involved than he ever expected with strange murders and people that dont exist, it all goes pretty well and the next 2 books are just as good.
This whole series of books is good and this one starts the story off with the story that will follow the rest of the 2 books, they are different stories each but have to be read in order, there is an ending to each book but you know there is more to it there could be more books I guess there could be more after the 3rd book but so far there arent more
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