Quantum Project by Greg A. Irmen

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After the traumatic death struggle with her former husband, all Leas wanted was to run away and live the care free life she dreamed of somewhere on a beach in the Caribbean. This stunningly beautiful woman just wanted to put the past behind her and begin fresh with no responsibility or strings attached. Her desire seemed to be possible as she lay on the white sands of Playa Del Sol in Venezuela. At first, the steamy romance she had found there on the beach with the handsome and very talented executive from Chicago seemed to fit her care free lifestyle. Allen would fly down to see her frequently and then return to his mysterious business world. Eventually, however, Leas succumbed to Allen's increasingly demanding invitations for her to join him in Chicago. A move that at first seemed to be right but turned into a nightmare when her ex-husband came looking for her with revenge in mind. Leas didn't want to know the details of Allen's business and Allen's limited willingness to discuss it with her was not a concern. She had no idea that Allen had orchestrated the theft of a top secret technical document providing the blue print for a communications satellite that would revolutionize the world of communications and corporate espionage. However the investigation by the FBI into Allen's ability to develop the highly classified communications technology for the commercial market place soon collide with Leas' attempts to evade her blood thirsty pursuer. The persistence of the FBI's top investigator mixes the world of corporate corruption and greed with the pursuit of a deranged killer. Utilizing an unusual alliance with an investigative reporter, the determined FBI agent uncovers the truth behind the Quantum Project but leads Leas' pursuer to her doorstep.

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Published February 21, 2006 by AuthorHouse. 324 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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