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Prologue

It's a clear hard winter day, and blinding sunlight pours into the conference room, glinting off metal surfaces, triggering migraines, and making the room uncomfortably hot, stifling. But in all these tall mid-town towers you can't turn down the heat. You're trapped.


Chapter 9

Erica steps into the elevator and presses 3. Sure, She'll write Claire a memo raising the possibility that the ferry crash was an act of cyberterrorism. When she's good and ready.


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Comments

  1. An emphatic opening - I have been in rooms like that - but I'm not entirely sure this is one for me, I'd have to read a little more. I do hope you enjoy it

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  2. I like both the opener and the teaser. Enjoy your book!

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  3. I've heard good things about this author, but never read any of her books. This one looks good!

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  4. I think I've been in meetings like that and felt what she feels LOL

    This is a new title for me; hope u enjoy it Freda.

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  5. Oh wow, this sounds intense! This sounds like it could have a suspense and thriller edge to it. I hope you enjoy it! Thanks for sharing :) I hope you have a great week!
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  6. Great intro...it's very descriptive and brings you right into the story. I'm going to put this one on my wish list.

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  7. Wondering what has sparked that attitude in Erica. Good teaser! Thanks for sharing it.

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  8. My office is only on the second floor of a two-story building and I can relate to that opening. Meetings in our conference room are miserable temperature wise. Of course, the office itself is always too cold or too hot. The teaser especially grabbed me, cyberterrorism? Ferry crash? I would definitely want to keep reading to know more.

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  9. Oh my, another formerly unknown title to add to my TBR list.
    It's good thing I just have a list and it's a bad thing that I don't read faster. So many titles, so little time! :)

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  10. Oh, I love the sound of this one...and how the author makes us feel the discomfort of the office space.

    Thanks for sharing...and for visiting my blog.

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  11. I like the opening. It definitely sets a mood. I'm guessing the uncomfortable heat in that conference room comes from some of the meeting's participants too!
    My Tuesday post features JEWEL.

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  12. The opening paragraph does a great job of capturing corporate culture. The teaser if suspicious. You've got me interested.

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  13. This sounds good. I hope you are enjoying it. My teaser comes from The Bitter Season by Tami Hoag. Happy reading!

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  14. Sounds pretty interesting. I'm curious to see where it's going. Here's my intro/teaser: http://wp.me/p4DMf0-16A

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  15. This is one of those books that I'd read a bit more of to decide if it's for me. Hope you are enjoying it!

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  16. I can relate to getting a headache like that! Happy reading.

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  17. Did they make the news or did the news happen? I'm curious!

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  18. Haven’t heard of this book but the teaser sounds interesting! Happy reading :)

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  19. The prologue ties in well with the cover.

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