Blurb and short bio

Alexandra’s ordinary teenage life is about to change – dramatically. Unaware of her altered DNA, Alex and her family are of interest to unethical scientists. Her parents’ plane crash is just the onset of disturbing discoveries. When it becomes apparent that it wasn’t an accident, Alex needs to figure out who’s behind it or share a grim fate of a lab rat.

The first part of this exciting adventure thriller presents the world’s different faces: from beautiful to ugly, from frightening to comforting. Besides the stormy drama, the book is about friendship, intimacy and growing up – a heartening story mixed with educational, funny and even steamy threads. Full of action and with a great dose of humor, the story races to a surprising and gripping twist.

As a practicing lawyer and legal scholar, P.D. Kuch always keeps one foot on the ground of reality; with the other one, however, he dares to seek hidden truths and wanders on the edge of the event horizon. His debut series – ‚Oxford girls’ – explores issues rarely covered in literature: trafficking, bullying, medical experiments or unethical research. An alternative Universum of behind-the-scenes politics, influential entities, powerful organizations and dangerous people is a canvas for studying people’s coping mechanisms and moral compass when challenged.

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