As a child, James McKenna travelled extensively throughout Europe and the Far East with his military parents. He joined the UK army at 15 and attended the Royal School of Military Engineering. After passing selection he served with the Paras in Europe and the Gulf. He has since run his own security companies providing electronic and physical protection before expanding into construction and development. He is now a full-time writer living between the UK and Portugal.
The Unseenby James McKenna
DI Fagan investigates the ritual murder of three young women and finds links between victims and a computer game. On examining hard drives from the murder victims' PCs, traces of subliminal hypnosis are found enticing victims to remote places where they are
Next time you switch on your computer are the unseen waiting to enter your mind, or are they already there?
DI Fagan investigates the ritual murder of three young women and finds links between victims and a computer game. On examining hard drives from the murder victims' PCs, traces of subliminal hypnosis are found enticing victims to remote places where they are killed.
When a fourth women is murdered in Ireland Fagan realises he hunts a killer capable of global influence. He also discovers governments both sides of the Atlantic are aware and observing. When his own daughters become involved, nightmare encircles him.
Subliminal messaging is illegal. It cannot influence a person against their will but for the undecided or vulnerable it can embed into a mind and influence judgment, i.e. buy certain products, vote for a certain politician, kill your neighbour.
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I Since a young child I have always liked things that are scary. I read IT by Stephen King when I was seven, and haven’t stopped since. I think the reason I liked The Unseen was because it gave me chills…Literally! This book is written with such detail, I might have squeezed my pillow tightly to my chest. The beginning was a little messy. It felt cramped and I’m afraid it might scare some people off. This book is not the best or the worst. It’s simply a good book with great detail and suspense, that made me happy I had a chance to read it.