John Doe Novel
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by John Doe
It was a dark and stormy night on the USS
Cryogenia, which tossed like a rubber duckie in a
bathtub off the coast of Antarctica. Deep in the
ship's hold, a team of scientists fought off
seasickness as they prepared the frozen clones of
Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy, and Eva Peron
for long-term storage beneath the polar icecap.
The project's commander, General Edgar T.
Metzger, rubbed the stubble on his powerful jaw
while staring at Eva Peron through the cryogenic
capsule's viewing port.
"Funny," he said. "She doesn't look anything
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