Terminal Research by Jon Batson

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Between Halloween and the mid-term elections, Jack Richmond dodges bullets, house fires and the Trilateral Commission as he uncovers the conspiracy hiding in plain sight.

In the story of a lifetime, an actual witness, one who had been held captive in a mental institution against her will (based on a true story). Jack Richmond and his friends investigate the story as factions of the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations work against him. Just when he thought he had it all under control, Teri is missing, whereabouts unknown. The police found her car and wallet, but not Teri. Between Halloween and the election two days later, Jack has to find Teri, get the girl to agree to a television interview and take his old newsletter back.

Third in the Jack Richmond Conspiracy Series, this book is based on a true story, that of a young woman held against her will in a Raleigh mental hospital. While investigating her story, Jack returns home on Halloween to find that his fiance, Teri, has been abducted. Finding her becomes his first objective, but along the way he has to deal with new assassins, old friends gone bad and members of the organization that is really running things.

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Published January 2, 2011 by Midnight Whistler Publishers. 247 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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Batson’s talent at songwriting comes into play with his use of opposites (“As warm as it was outside, the house was cold.”), and spot-on descriptions (“It was hard and sharp, bitter but tangy, like a battery that you stick your tongue to, just to see if it’s still got juice in it—and it does.”) ...

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