Research Triangle by Jon Batson
Guns, Drugs, Children

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Evangeline Wright reported on the rising gas prices, the school testing debacle and chip implants as monitoring devices. Lately, she was stepping on toes - she was taking on prescription drugs and the link to the school violence. Then she disappeared completely. Jack Richmond discovers a building on the edge of the Research Triangle where school children are being remotely monitored at a distance for medication reactions. The monitoring room was joyous at the killing of 16 students until the discovery that they were being recorded. Jack Richmond wakes with no memory at all.
 

About Jon Batson

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Jon Batson has had five complete musicals produced in Hollywood and has had music on television, including Murder She Wrote, The Tonight Show and Midnight Special. He is a long time member of ASCAP both as a publisher and songwriter.Along the way Jon has written articles for several songwriter publications and organizations, as well as The Songwriter's Hook Book, a journal for aspiring songwriters, filled with songwriting tips and famous quotes on the subject.Given the philosophy that if you don't grow, you shrink, he began writing stories as well. He is a three time winner of the Lower Cape Fear Short Story Contest and has twice received Honorable Mention in the Writers of the Future contest. He is active with the Raleigh Write2Publish group and Independent Book Publishers Association. His novels are available in print and e-book at Amazon.com and other fine booksellers. Jon appears in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in the World. He makes his home in Raleigh, NC.
 
Published January 1, 2010 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 266 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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