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By Douglas E. Richards

ISBN-10: 1508519714

ISBN-13: 9781508519713

Whilst the Academy Awards turn into the objective of a brutal terror assault, just one guy can stave off tremendous bloodshed. MIND'S EYE, the radical that brought Nick corridor, was once a runaway Kindle bestseller. Now corridor returns in a riveting stand-alone mystery, set in an online destiny that's simply round the nook. From the hot York occasions bestselling writer of stressed out. Nick corridor, an unwilling recipient of mind implants, can surf the net together with his techniques and browse minds. And whereas this makes him essentially the most bold males in the world, he's made up our minds to stick off the grid. but if terrorists grab keep watch over of the Academy Awards and vow to butcher the world's so much cherished stars, one after the other, in entrance of a global tv viewers, corridor is pressured to bare his staggering services. Now, energy gamers around the globe will cease at not anything to trap him. and because the secretive staff operating with corridor starts to resolve, he's certain of in simple terms issues: he has been betrayed through anyone just about him. And the stakes he's enjoying for couldn't be any greater . . . in keeping with real learn on thought-controlled internet browsing, BrainWeb is a great mystery that increases a couple of interesting probabilities a couple of destiny that's speedily forthcoming.

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Then I’m going into business. ” “Like the navy, sir. ” “It’s not so much the boats, Captain. It’s the people. ” 44 R. ” Lake smiled and hesitated. Speaking his mind to his captain obviously made him uncomfortable. “Go ahead and give it to me straight, Scott,” Edwards said in a friendly tone, and then added. “You’ll be a civilian in a few hours anyway. ” Lake sighed and took the binoculars away from his face. “I don’t like the idea of a system that is made to serve itself, sir. I’ve been on board now for a little over three years, and things have never changed.

There is something else, Captain,” Miller said. ” “Last night, I gave permission to the engineering officer of the watch to cross connect the seawater cooling systems for maintenance on one of the heat exchangers. ” “A couple hours after I gave authorization I find out that one of the mechanics performing the maintenance operated a valve out of sequence, knocking out the whole auxiliary seawater system. It was only a temporary loss, very brief. ” Edwards knew the answer before he had asked. Ensign Yi had been having trouble of late.

A department head had to want it. He had to be willing to make sacrifices. And, he had to be lucky. Lately, the engineer’s luck had been running thin, and Edwards was growing concerned about him. The engineering department had failed a surprise inspection by the Department of Naval Reactors when Providence stopped in Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean, just before starting the journey home. The failure was a potential blow to the engineer’s career, and he hadn’t taken it very well. The man was naturally high-strung, 28 R.

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