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Aianna Sinclair believes she
has it all until her husband develops terminal cancer.
To support his needs, Aianna
gets a job closer to home and
soon realizes her mistake when she finds herself thrust into
a situation rife with deception, conflict, and incompetent,
treacherous supervisors. Then her husband dies.
At his funeral, she meets her alleged invalid neighbor
Gregorio Galliano, aka Calderone whose imposing stature
contradicts his purported infirm status. Handsome and
affable, with an underlying, subtle threat of menace, Aianna
stares into jungle green eyes in a too handsome face, and a
chill of apprehension sweeps her body.
When Aianna returns to work, the Chairman of the
Board closes the office, offers her another job, and she
accepts. At the new job, it’s déjà vu from day one.
Enmity from co-workers is palpable, the Chairman’s conduct
toward her turns bizarre, and her supervisor tries to set
her up as an embezzler. It’s not until someone kills
her supervisor and she becomes the prime suspect that Aianna
realizes she’s the target of something more sinister than
antagonism, and she might not survive.
© M. E. Reid
-- m/f - romantic suspense - Interracial
Ruthless Redemption ~
Inception: The first ten years
Government-funded Psi Development Institute does classified
research on the manipulation of the molecular structure of
human genes and the correlation to psychological conduct.
After years of setbacks, they create the ideal, engineered
child―PsiD-E6. By the age of seven, it deserves its nickname‒Ruthless‒manipulates
the system, plans and executes its escape, then disappears.
In typical government fashion,
instead of resolving the issue, they add to it. The
scientists engineer another child, PsiD-E16―Redemption―to
locate, and destroy Ruthless. Two decades later, mutilation
murders terrify a desert town, and each victim has a link to
Detectives Peter Frazier and Jason Marlowe, sent
to investigate, suspect the killer is a Psi employee, but
military stonewalling hampers investigation, then the
murders stop. The cases go cold, but not before Frazier and
Marlowe discover decades-old family secrets connect them to
institute prodigy, and possibly a murderer.
© Marie E. Reid
fiction - Uncategorized
~ Book 2
Fifteen years after the first mutilation killings,
similarly mutilated bodies of sexual predators and other
deviant felons surface. Psi administrators recognize the
methodology of the kills, and fearing one of their prodigies
is responsible, they launch an internal probe. What they
uncover is a critical scientific gaffe. Their biologists’
didn’t screen host mitochondrial DNA, or evaluate its effect
on gene modification, allowing recessive, preternatural gene
abnormalities to transfer from hosts to specimens.
Psi administrators acknowledge a
possible link between the mutilation deaths and the PsiD-E
project and initiate damage control. They assign the current
military attaché and his aide to resolve the issue, unaware
both are PsiD-E prodigy.
~ Book 3
The institute’s military
recognizes the link between the deaths and the PsiD-E
project. Knowing both Ruthless and Redemption are the
epitome of Psi-D engineering and training, capable of
indiscriminate kills, to neutralize the problem, rather than
delegate, the attaché
requests a volunteer.
Haunting childhood memories prompt federal agent
Jordan Perry to take on the assignment. Cognizant of the
Psi abilities of the targets, Jordan knows there is
only a tiny window of opportunity to catch them unaware. The
dilemma is which one to terminate—Ruthless, Redemption, or
both. But will Jordan's unsettling background help or hinder
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