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MYSTERY/THRILLER: A renegade chemist has discovered a drug which can be given quickly and surreptitiously, and which will convert almost anyone to a state of mind where the merest suggestion becomes an imperative need to obey. Unless the drug can be found and quickly suppressed, society may be changed irrevocably--for the worse!
ebook, 423 pages
Published July 1st 2002 by Hard Shell Word Factory
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I grew up in an extremely poor family that was dysfunctional in many ways. We lived in the old segregated south, an era many of my readers have no knowledge of. This and a hardscrabble existence as well as an addictive personality gene(s) that apparently runs in our family shaped my life and played a part in me finally realizing a life-long dream and becoming a writer when I was about fifty years

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