| August 27, 2013



When Beth’s eccentric boss at the government research lab asks her to try out his latest duplicating machine, she’d be crazy to do any such thing. She’s not cleared for this, insured or authorized; it’s late Friday evening and she wants to go home. But Beth is fatally unassertive. She agrees, and unknown to her another Beth is created.

The replica overhears MI5 chief, Sir Peter Ellis, discussing her future and it’s not good. Terrified, she goes on the run. Penniless, friendless and homeless, she has to find the inner strength and aggression to survive on icy London streets.

Spec op Nick Cavanagh likes to win. Though Beth thinks he’s outside her apartment to protect her, in fact he’s hunting her double. As the replica proves difficult to catch and the stakes get higher, he has to decide whose side he is on.

S. Horrigan, AMAZON VINE TOP 500 REVIEWER, wrote: “Read it! You won’t regret it! Another cracking story from Lexi. Don’t be put off by the seemingly science fiction based plot. The real story is the way that the two Beths deal with situations that they find themselves in and of their discovery of their real self.”

Full length novel: 82,000 words, by the author of REMIX and ICE DIARIES.

Formatted for Kindle Format 8 – fonts/font sizes can be changed on newer Kindles such as the Paperwhite.

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