Pressure Points by Larry Brooks

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The game is a weeklong retreat. It’s located in a remote region of northern California. It’s designed to build teamwork, establish trust, and increase awareness.

The players are three ambitious executives—one woman and two men, each prepared to put his physical, mental, and moral limits to the test. They never dreamed how far they could go.

The rules are simple. First you run. Then you hide. Don’t appear weak, don’t admit to the fear, and don’t react to the pain.

The prize is staying alive. Let the game begin.


About Larry Brooks

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Brooks was a writer, creative director, and partner in the advertising and marketing trade for twenty-one years before burning out and then selling out. He took the money and ran toward a career as a novelist and screenwriter. Brooks is also a former professional baseball player, stockbroker, actor, model, and day trader.
Published January 1, 2001 by Onyx/New American Library.
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But when one of The Seminar's mind games goes awry, Teeters, Johnson and Wiley become unwittingly ensnared in an evil scheme masterminded by Wong and Beth, Teeters's sexy, manipulative wife.

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afterwards it becomes a mystery novel, then a horror novel, ending with a twist inspired by Shakespeare.

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In Seattle's very creative and highly sought after Wright and Wong advertising agency, three high level executives are unhappy.

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