by Robin Cook
Publisher: G.P. Putnam’s Sons
Deborah and Joanna, two students who are preparing their doctoral thesis, decide to contact the Wingate clinic when they read your ad: they offer $ 45,000 to egg donors. So much money attracts them. When the clinic accepts them as donors, they decide to pay the entrance to an apartment and then travel to Venice where the two will finish their doctoral thesis.
The clinic specializes in infertility problems and is located on a huge plot of an isolated rural area outside of Boston. It had been a psychiatric hospital with houses for employees and various facilities.
They are given the intervention, receive their heels and leave happy to Italy. Then, Joanna begins to meditate on her donation. He wants to know if his implantation has been successful and decides to call the clinic. As expected, they refuse to provide this information because it is confidential. He asks for help from a friend, an expert hacker , but the clinic’s database is very well protected and informs him that access could only be gained from inside the clinic.
And here the two friends, very released, invent a plan of action. They will request work at the clinic to get the data they are looking for. And that’s right, they easily get a job and Joanna follows the instructions of her hacker friend.