She found it.
Now it may kill her.
After receiving a lead pointing to the world’s first cloned human, now a small child, Whitney vows to unravel the truth. However, sifting through the facts proves to have dangerous results, including death threats and murder.
When she’s nearly killed, but is saved by undercover FBI Special Agent, Blake Neely, he refuses to let her get in the way of his own objective—at least not right away.
Caught in a lethal game between a billionaire obsessed with genetic perfection, his hit man’s thirst for retribution, and a Colombian drug lord fresh out of prison determined to make Blake pay for his twin brother’s death over a decade ago…
Can they save an innocent child before it’s too late?
Faced with tough choices, with deadly consequences for many—Whitney soon realizes that sometimes a story becomes more than just a story.
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I think what makes my writing unique is my cinematic writing style. I write as if I’m watching a movie and I hope readers enjoy the show.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Never give up on your dream. Learn your craft and write every day.
Trained as a legal assistant, Kim Cresswell has been a story-teller all her life
but took many detours including, working for a private investigator, running a
graphic design business, and teaching computer classes at a local business school
before returning to her first love, writing.
For her, writing suspense fiction is an incredible adventure and she’s surprised
where the journey takes her. She’s also an avid reader who enjoys playing
computer games, ghost hunting and loves anything paranormal.
Kim has a few new books in the works including the sequel to REFLECTION.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The inspiration for Reflection came from headline news. The story evolved after Clonaid (a company founded by the religious sect called the Raelians which views cloning as the first step in achieving immortality) announced the birth of Eve, the “first human clone” in 2002 using the similar technique to clone, Dolly the Sheep.
About 160 nations in the world have yet to outlaw the birth of human clones and others are allowing the creation of human clones as long as they are not put into a woman’s womb (how do we know they aren’t implanted?) thus, REFLECTION was born.