Espionage Thrillers

Always/Never by Harding McRae,Max H Herr

By Harding McRae,Max H Herr

Has the U.S. govt truly condoned the implantation of experimental mind-altering mind probes? For what function, and below whose authority? Have covert govt firms and their operatives trampled the structure right into a meaningless piece of parchment within the identify of "national security?" Is the very center of democracy threatened by means of a handful of rogue brokers?

While attending the post-mortem of sufferer John Doe, clinical list 15-0039678, who died abruptly and for no obvious cause, third-year clinical pupil Chauncey Charles Quinton is assaulted and later came upon subconscious in a health center stairwell with a minor head harm, whereas the opposite clinical employees current for the post-mortem are by surprise nowhere to be stumbled on - certainly one of them reportedly chanced on lifeless in a foreign country.

Told that no post-mortem was once ever perfomed, beginner sleuth Quinton undertakes his personal research and, unknowingly, lands up at once within the direction of NSA and CIA undercover operatives surveilling one another. This scientific secret treads into the darkish underworld of covert U.S. executive surveillance carried out "in the curiosity of nationwide security." Who licensed the clinical systems that experience affected a half-dozen or extra people with seizure problems? What goal does this test serve, and to whose benefit?

Following the disappearance of the newfound love of his existence, Dr. Barbara Lynn Zachary, the self-styled euro-geneticist Quinton lands up with an not likely "partner" - the overbearing, onion-eating Dr. Stanley J. Pritcherman, leader of the college clinic Neurosurgery carrier - of their separate, but aligned, quests for the reality. what is going to be the public's response whilst information of the fiasco surfaces? Will there also be a response, or will this simply be one other mind-numbing 30-second soundbite within the moment phase of the 11:00 pm information?

Allow your ethics to be challenged by way of the dilemmas awarded in Always/Never. the tale is fictional . . . or is it ?

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