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**NEW RELEASE AVAILABLE APRIL 1**

When Wade Rooker gets a confidential referral to an Achievement Seminar, he thinks it may be a great chance to help him move up the professional food chain. But soon after the conference room doors shut, he realizes he may be committing to something darker.
Kindle Edition, 48 pages
Expected publication: April 1st 2019
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PamG
Mar 15, 2019 rated it really liked it
I received this short prequel to "Measure of Danger" in a Goodreads Giveaway. I have attended a lot of business seminars in my career, but nothing quite like the one this story shows us. Introductions, knowledge, truth and trust. This sounds standard for some seminar discussions, doesn't it? It even has gates and you can stop at any time; but it is very different.

Something much darker seems to be afoot. While this short prequel answers some questions, it leaves you hanging with many questions.
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Jay Klages is a former military intelligence officer and West Point graduate who lives in Gilbert, Arizona. He attended the MBA program at Arizona State University, where he successfully deprogrammed himself for service in corporate America. He enjoys desert trail running and is particularly good at falling down.

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