Homeless people are vanishing from the streets of Chicago. No one gives the disappearances a second thought, until a powerful CEO, Charles Pearson, pretending to be homeless in order to gather information for his company, is found to be one of the missing individuals. A local search ensues, which leads to the discovery of extensive wrongdoings within Pearson's company. The local search quickly becomes a nationwide investigation that begins to turn society on its end, pitting large corporations against each other and leaving a frantic government to uncover the reasons behind an increasing number of missing people. Meanwhile, the CEO awakens in an unfamiliar room, strapped to a metal table, incapable of even the smallest movement while emotionless strangers attach him to whining machines. The mysterious man placing electrodes to Pearson's chest is supposedly a doctor with good intentions, though his actions become increasingly perverse, increasingly violent. The investigation into numerous disappearances, and the CEO's incarceration in a strange, dangerous facility, converge in the most unexpected way as the world discovers the truth behind Soul Suites.
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About the Author
Hulden Morse is known for his psychological thrillers that cause the reader to question the world around them. Morse lives in Los Angeles, CA.
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Soul Suites based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This was a bizarre book. I loved reading it. It reminded me a little of the show Undercover Boss gone wrong. It would be horrible to be a CEO of a company and decide to go undercover as a homeless person and then disappear. This seemed so real as I read what was happening. I got scared during this. I received a copy of this book from Smith Publicity for a fair and honest opinion that I gave of my own free will.