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Summary

The dead don't always die....

Top Company scientist Chen Jelinek has committed suicide. 

Vatic, a half-alive empath with no memory of who or what he is, will die in six hours if he can't find out why - or so the Company tells him - an "added incentive to get the job done". 

Our hero soon discovers he is one of the Skilled, a genetically enhanced human revered and despised in equal measure - a bloodhound with a terrifying past who'll stop at nothing in his pursuit of truth. 

And the Skilled always get their guy, don't they?

©2015 K. J. Heritage (P)2018 K. J. Heritage

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"The best thing since Hugh Howey's Wool. Prepare to lose sleep reading Vatic! Delicious Sci-Fiction!" (Kate Danley, USA Today best-selling author) 

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A gritty, futuristic whodunnit.

Enjoyed this clever scifi tale. Lots of twists and surprises, interesting characters, and a solid storyline. James Highfield did a great job with the narration.

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