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The Whistle (The APEX Cycle # 2)

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Inspired by a series of whistleblowers over the last few years, Scott and Jennifer decide the work they've been doing for their nefarious employers needs to be brought into the light.

But the company is far more prepared, and willing to go further than either of them could have ever expected, to make sure the whistle stays silent.
ebook, 15 pages
Published February 10th 2016 by ABAM.info
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Ami
Oct 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Excellent short story about doing the right thing and the consequences. Even though there is no in depth character or world building I enjoyed the read very much. I highly recommend it and all of Lee Isserow's books, of which a new one is released every month!
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A very short short-story

This feels rushed even for a short story. Would be good as a flashback scene within the main book but alone it doesn't tell you enough to hook you in
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Kindle Unlimited or got on freebie day depending on which story/collection. Very odd writer, not a bad thing, unusual, and for someone such as me that read, a LOT {10-20 or more book, a DAY} that's saying something. See the list of books below? That's just not a be nice and list them all, that's the list of books am reading at this sitting, pretty sure that was all of them. If I missed any or it says not verified {because no matter how many hundreds have spent over the last 3 years, plus ku, nev ...more
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Lee Isserow is an award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker, with over fifteen years spent trawling the back streets and dark alleys of the 'entertainment' industry.

He's pretty sure he has some traits of autism, because he's been constantly working and obscenely prolific for the entire duration. He's written over a hundred screenplays, many of which he's adapting into forthcoming books, which will
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