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From Barnes & NobleGenetic and computer mysteries have long been the coming thing as art struggles to keep up with technology. But now, with the sheep replication in Scotland, "clone" thrillers are really taking off -- and naturally, the question of whether science can replicate Christ is a tempting topic. In this debut novel by Cordy, a Nobel Prize-winning geneticist who can correctly analyze and predict disease patterns based on DNA samples is faced with a creepy dilemma: Will he attempt to clone Jesus for a deranged religious group in exchange for their help in saving his mortally ill daughter? One other twist: They may be the zealots who accidentally murdered the geneticist's wife in an earlier botched attempt to kill him for his "blasphemous" research.