The Nemesis Cell

The Nemesis Cell A group of women gather at a Belgian fertility clinic where Doctor Margherita Dumas offers a revolutionary and decidedly experimental treatment for their infertility A year later each of the women gi

  • Title: The Nemesis Cell
  • Author: Brian L. Porter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A group of women gather at a Belgian fertility clinic where Doctor Margherita Dumas offers a revolutionary and decidedly experimental treatment for their infertility A year later, each of the women give birth to a healthy baby boy, it would seem that the doctor s controversial methods have been successful Thirty years later a mysterious killer stalks and begins to wipeA group of women gather at a Belgian fertility clinic where Doctor Margherita Dumas offers a revolutionary and decidedly experimental treatment for their infertility A year later, each of the women give birth to a healthy baby boy, it would seem that the doctor s controversial methods have been successful Thirty years later a mysterious killer stalks and begins to wipe out the children born as a result of Dumas programme Is there a link between the events of the past and the deaths of the innocent progeny of the Clinique Sobel Detective Inspector Harry Houston and his specialist team of murder investigators must piece together the complex web that links the deaths across nations and leads to a terrifying conclusion as the story of The Nemesis Cell unfolds

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    1. The Nemesis Cell by Brian L. Porter is one of the author’s earlier works, predating his well-received Mersey cozy mystery series. Featuring Detective Inspector Harry Houston and his partner Debbie Forbes, it is an intriguing and suspenseful sojourn across Europe into the world of medical engineering. A highly secretive social experiment known as the Genesis Project begins to bear fruit under the guidance of Dr. Margherita Dumas and Dr. Alexander Renaud. Genetic engineering allows couples to ra [...]

    2. Birth Death and Suspense The author, Brian L Porter, gives so much information without giving anything away. I can't tell you how many times I wanted to turn to the back and end the suspense. You know people are dying, but why? Thirty years ago, babies were born to families who supposedly were unable to have children. Only when a Scottish detective, working on the death of a local man makes a connection with similar deaths, in London and in Ireland, do the police discover that all the victims ar [...]

    3. Great concept,’but the execution failed. I would have preferred to know more about the men as adults, more Inspector Houston and his road to becoming the right sort of detective necessary to solve such a crazy case. And waaaayyy too many “Little did they know” type phrases at the end of sections. It got annoying fast.

    4. Predictable Not a lot of suspense, story drags on. The author then tries to tie loose ends to conclude the scenario.

    5. The Nemesis cellNot my typical type of book to read but honestly I could not put it down. It is scary to think this could possibly happen. I really enjoyed reading this book

    6. I thoroughly enjoyed this very well written novel. Porter created great characters, used a premise that demanded to be built into an enigma and then blasted the reader with what was expected but with twists and turns. The book is masterfully crafted and built to a final crashing climax, then you are left with a real question mark. I give it a five star review for a variety of reasons, the most important of which is its readability.

    7. This is a very different book to others I've read. I've read a few of Brian L Porters books and this is a murder mystery like the others I've read, but the murder isn't the main subject in this story. This is a very interesting story that makes you think, what if?

    8. This book is more for the sci-fi minded rather than a mystery lover. The actual investigation actually takes up only the last 15% of the book. It is okay as a quick read, but the premise alone--babies at any price--was a turn-off.

    9. Interesting and creepy!Fast paced, strong characters and good plot. Finished this quickly - had to know the ending Hope there's more from Scottish Harry? X

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