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Undue Influences

Publisher: Very Indie Press
Year of Publication: 2021
Book type: Novel
Age: Adult
Genre: Thriller
Sub Genre: Contemporary · Crime · Mystery · Paranormal · Political Thriller · Psychological · Sci-Fi · Suspense · Urban
Language: English
POV: Third-person
Tense: Past
Key Phrases: Govt. conspiracy thriller
“Move over Michael Crichton, Nelson DeMille, and Patricia Cornwell, I have a new favorite author for my library and so will you. Debra Blaine’s book is brilliant. Filled with fascinating characters woven into an intriguing plot demonstrating how the genuine passion of the most well-meaning people can turn to extremism when influenced and manipulated by powerful forces. Ripped from the social and political headlines of today, there are so many twists and turns you won’t want to stop reading.”
– Berry Fowler, Founder Sylvan Learning Centers and Fowler International Academy
He knew he was “different.” He never guessed he was so gifted the NSA would want him dead.

When his nephew shows up covered in blood and remembering nothing, Russell Vaderman is yanked into a world of treachery and government deceit.

Both astonished and terrified, he discovers that as a child his brain was altered by a drug that has given him extraordinary mental abilities. Abilities which are only just surfacing.

Now it’s up to him to reverse the malicious mental manipulation that’s being used by the United States’ highest executive offices to steer the entire population toward their own crooked ambitions.

But the NSA has other plans for Russell and his new-found psi power.

And he can either cooperate or die.

If you love science fiction conspiracy thrillers with close calls and unending twists and turns, you’ll be on the edge of your seat with this modern day, metaphysical thriller.

Buy Undue Influences to start your roller-coaster journey into a world of subterfuge, danger—and hope.

The story continues in the sequel, Beyond the Pillars of Salt.

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