Donovan Faine and Alisa Wolfe are in the Aristotle Project – 24 sleeper agents put in place 30 years ago, for activation in case of widespread electronic breakdown. But they’re needed now for another reason: 40 percent of American agents in the field are compromised, and more are threatened. Only Aristotle, an unremembered program, is pure enough to be unknown, and the agents are called up.
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About the Author
Patrick Reinken is the author of Glass House, Omicron, and The Guardian's Deceit. He also wrote Judgment Day, which Publishers Weekly described as "a nearly seamless medical/legal chiller that's one slick piece of work." Judgment Day was published by Simon & Schuster and, in Japan, by Hayakawa Publishing.
He is the Director of Legal Affairs for the National Marrow Donor Program in Minneapolis, Minnesota.