The Puppet Master [NOOK Book]

Overview

Four seemingly disparate lives are beginning to unravel...and one person is holding the strings.

The Rocket Scientist

On the eve of a new satellite launch, the fiancé of NASA project manager Alanna Mendes is apparently killed in a ...
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The Puppet Master

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Overview

Four seemingly disparate lives are beginning to unravel...and one person is holding the strings.

The Rocket Scientist

On the eve of a new satellite launch, the fiancé of NASA project manager Alanna Mendes is apparently killed in a fishing accident...only to be spotted six months later in Silicon Valley.

The Computer Genius

Four years after being caught by Homeland Security hacking into NASA's mainframe computer, Jay Alexei is still blacklisted from the top colleges and computer companies. Now a changed man, he is desperate for a second chance.

The Financial Wizard

Once a successful international banking CFO, today David Collier is a broken man who can't afford the expensive treatment for his daughter's rare kidney disorder.

The American Dream

When a terrorist group abducts the son of rags-to-riches tech mogul Steven Galvin, the billionaire is trapped in a nightmare where no amount of money can help him.

One person ties them together: The Puppet Master.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149489404
  • Publisher: MM Books
  • Publication date: 4/11/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,356,647
  • File size: 331 KB

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  • Posted November 19, 2008

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    Jan Coffey is at her suspenseful best with this intriguing deep allegorical thriller

    NASA scientist Alanna Mendes remains distraught by the death of her fiancé; in fact she feels getting up everyday overwhelming as she wants him back in her life. Computer guru Jay Alexei is a pariah who no one will touch because he hacked into a top secret data system. Financier David Collier would give up both his kidneys if one was a match for his daughter dying from a rare renal illness.<BR/><BR/>An unknown person contacts the trio. That individual offers each a deal they cannot refuse. They will receive their fondest wish in exchange for their services to right a wrong. Their benefactor claims nothing illegal is expected of them; just help on a top-secret project. However, the trio begins to question the intended consequences of their actions on innocent people.<BR/><BR/>This is a fast-paced action-packed morality play that grips the audience from the moment the offer is first made and never slows down. The reader and the lead trio contemplate ethics as no one except their employer and they will know what they did; no one will know who or what principles are violated except perhaps each one¿s personal values. Jan Coffey is at her suspenseful best with this intriguing deep allegorical thriller that asks whose ethics applies when the masses are kept in the dark as the threesome ponders to do or not to do knowing they will most likely not be caught.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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