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Killer Dreams by Iris Johansen
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Aug 22, 2014

really liked it
Read in December, 2009

I enjoyed this book

Though there was certain formula parts of the book i.e the women in trouble, or needed to help and being forced to work/request help from a tough,
ex-seal and authorative guy and though at first they do not get along and resent each other they can't help but fall in love and want to be together

The idea of mind control and thus humans being used against their wills as weapons is a fascinating idea and so it made a good story

So the story is Sophie Duntston produces a medication that can be given to induce deeper sleep and nice dreams and get rid of night terrors and other sleeping issues, this is done by suggestions made during sleep.

What she finds out is that the company she works for are using this to make people commit murder and other acts unknowingly /unwillingly.

This is the fight between the big company who will stop at nothing and sell this as weapons to foreign arms dealers and the scientist and ex victims to see who will win

This is one of Iris Johansens' better books and worth a read

The sex does not get in the way and in this one is a side issue and not like in others where it takes over the plot

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