Fracture Point (A Point Thriller, #1)

Fracture Point (A Point Thriller, #1)

by Jeff Altabef

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An untrained spy and a rebel faction.
A mysterious scarlet-haired jazz singer.
Dangerous secrets guarded by a devious killer.

What could possibly go wrong?

Only everything.

Tom's brilliant, but when it comes to people smarts, he's clueless. When his older brother disappears, Tom opens the door to adventure and terror—and a beautiful red-haired spy. She stands in the doorway and spins a tale so unbelievable it just might be true. What if his carefree brother is not just a tennis instructor, but a spy who has uncovered a secret so explosive it could trigger a bloody revolution?

Tom will do whatever it takes to get his brother back, even if he's completely unprepared for what happens next. He'll need the help of would-be friends and foes, and a whole lot of luck, to outwit the psychopathic killer holding his brother hostage. And maybe, just maybe, he can rescue his brother and keep America from reaching the fracture point, too.

Evolved Publishing presents a gripping, intriguing glimpse of what America might become. From the award-winning author of the Chosen series, Red Death, and Shatter Point, Jeff Altabef's Fracture Pointwill delight fans of thrillers, dystopian fiction, and fast-paced adventures. [DRM-Free]

Books by Jeff Altabef:

  • A NEPHILIM THRILLER - Book 1: "Devil's Den"
  • A POINT THRILLER - Book 1: "Fracture Point"
  • A POINT THRILLER - Book 2: "Shatter Point"
  • RED DEATH - Book 1: "Red Death"
  • RED DEATH - Book 2: "The Ghost King"
  • CHOSEN - Book 1: "Wind Catcher" (with Erynn Altabef)
  • CHOSEN - Book 2: "Brink of Dawn" (with Erynn Altabef)
  • CHOSEN - Book 3: "Scorched Souls" (with Erynn Altabef)

More Great Thrillers from Evolved Publishing:

  • "Forgive Me, Alex" by Lane Diamond
  • "Galerie" by Steven Greenberg
  • "Whispers of the Dead" by C.L. Roberts-Huth
  • "Red on the Run" by K.M. Hodge
  • "Broometime Serenade" by Barry Metcalf

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156156955
Publisher: Evolved Publishing LLC
Publication date: 06/24/2017
Series: A Point Thriller
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,013,668
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Jeff Altabef lives in New York with his wife, two daughters, and Charlie the dog. He spends time volunteering at the Writing Center in the local community college. After years of being accused of “telling stories,” he thought he would make it official. He writes in both the thriller and young adult genres. As an avid Knicks fan, he is prone to long periods of melancholy during hoops season.

Jeff has a column on The Examiner focused on writing and a blog on The Patch designed to encourage writing for those that like telling stories.

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Fracture Point 0 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
JBronder More than 1 year ago
This story is based in 2041 in an America that has gone downhill. The 1% take everything they want where the 99% has to struggle daily for things like water. They have given up their rights in the name of terrorism and to feel same. But all that has done is made them poorer and closer to a breaking point. Jack is a spy for the Fourteenth Colony. He works at the local country club as a tennis instructor while keeping his ears open with tidbits of information. But then he disappears. It is up to Tom, who has no idea what his brother was really involved in, to find Jack and to keep the country from breaking into Civil War. This story could easily be taken from a future headline in the news. Things have gotten so bad that people are about to fight the 1% just to continue living. Tom jumps into the middle of the action when his brother disappears. But can it be true that Jack was a spy and what about the information that he needs to gather. Will it really help the country or just cause even more problems. This is a great, action packed read. It’s a little scary with the possibilities with today’s world. I loved the story and think it’s a great start to a series. I hope to read more about Tom and what trouble he gets into next. I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.