The Receiver by Hal Landseadel

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"This well-written and tightly plotted science fiction thriller explores the ramifications of telepathy in a modern-day society, specifically how the United States government can use those with mind-reading ability to thwart terrorist activity. This novel has very few flaws. The pacing suffers in the middle chapters, but picks up in the end."
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Susan Stewart is a young lady with remarkable mental abilities who finds herself caught between securing her own safety and assisting the United States government in the war against terrorism. As the government endeavors to protect Susan and three of her colleagues from attempts on their lives, it is discovered that the United States is infiltrated with far more terrorists than previously thought. Not only are there more enemies of the United States living and operating within her borders than once suspected, many of these terrorists hold high enough positions in governmental and private sectors to place the entire country at risk. Although Susan and her comrades have all of America's resources at their disposal it becomes more and more difficult for them to stay one step ahead of their would-be assassins. A deadly confrontation is inevitable and their fate is determined in a final showdown.
 

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Published February 25, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 328 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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"This well-written and tightly plotted science fiction thriller explores the ramifications of telepathy in a modern-day society, specifically how the United States government can use those with mind-reading ability to thwart terrorist activity. This novel has very few flaws. The pacing suffers in the middle chapters, but picks up in the end."

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