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The McKenzie Files, Book 3: Obliteration

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The three reprogrammed Brelac Reploids forming the special team Silencers still faithfully serve the United Protectorate under the watchful monitoring of the Central Intelligence Division. Stationed on Maseklos Prime, Colin McKenzie, Diane Christy, and Kelly Lytton are called to a hostage scene and end up with clues that lead to the elusive Dr. Arthur Trevors. Although ini ...more
Published (first published January 9th 2015)
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In Obliteration, the third book in The McKenzie Files series by author Barry K. Nelson, we meet again with Colin McKenzie, Diane Christy and Kelly Lytton, three reprogrammed Brelac Reploids that we already met in the previous two books, The McKenzie Files and Assassination Anxiety.

In this newest installment, a hostage scene brings them some clues that lead to Dr. Arthur Trevors, a traitor who worked undercover with th
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