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Point of Control

by L. J. Sellers

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"Money had a way of revealing who people really were," holds true with this labyrinth of technological mystery, captained by a sociopathic agent which leads you through a plot of epic events.
I thoroughly enjoyed the unique and timely subject matter of metallurgy and encryption as technological matters of both personal and monetary acclaim, not to mention threats of National Security! This is an intelligent, thought provoking
novel that could come out of the Washington Post tomorrow! The twists and turns left you guessing and trying to figure out the 'who done it' until the end.
The sociopathic main character was refreshing and insightful, and even though the romance end of her journey was a bit blah, it wasn't really even necessary to the legitimacy of the story. Well done on this one, and I'd read an LJ Sellers again in a heartbeat.
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Two world-renowned scientists have disappeared, FBI agent Andra Bailey is assigned to find them and hunt down the kidnapper. The agent soon suspects that a rare-metal shortage may be the link between the disappearances and that the motive is far more dangerous than she imagined. With the market in turmoil and prices sky-high, electronics companies and their power-hungry CEOs are ready to do anything, even kill, to keep production lines going. But when a third scientist disappears, Bailey throws caution aside to track the crimes to their source.… (more)

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