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Synopsis: Mohammed Nasser, a young Eritrean farm boy, is swept up by kidnappers, castrated, and sold as a slave boy to an Arabian oil prince. He is trained in the palace, and rises to "manager" of the prince's harem, a group of beautiful, amorous young women. Nicole, the Prince's favorite concubine, seeking her own freedom, conspires to masculinize the Eunuch, Mohammed, through a series of injections. In a daring maneuver, the fugitive twosome escapes the palace and head to France. The sterile, but sexually potent, Mohammed connives to be cloned, producing a tiny replica of himself. Nicole, furious at the illicit cloning, demands a separation, leaving him to raise his son/clone as single parent. Returning to Eritrea, Mohammed discovers that his family has been wiped out through local warfare, leaving only his brother Abdullah who has risen to military power and influence. Through Abdullah, Mohammed is thrust into the world of geo-politics, power and international finance. He is faced with the double burdens of active diplomacy and raising the world's first known human clone.
About the Author: Len Lustgarten, a New York physician has managed a large internal medicine practice, been editor of ?The Medical Tribune,? Medical Director of several large pharmaceutical advertising agencies and most recently has taught courses in evolutionary biology at Palm Beach Community College in Florida. He is married, has two sons and lives in New York and Florida.
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description iUniverse. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Light wear to edges and pages. Cover and spine show no easily noticeable damage. Bookseller Inventory # G0595692532I4N00