By George W Parker
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Published: Jan. 16, 2013
Words: 34,210 (approximate)
How smart is too smart? In the near future a device to make people smarter is stolen from its inventor, a mathematician called B. He realizes there is a plot to take over the US Government.
VANISHING TRICK How smart is too smart? In the near future a device to make people smarter is stolen from its inventor, a mathematician called B. He realizes there is a plot to take over the US Government using the device. The military wants to use it to create a junta. Disaffected members of the government are after it as a tool to control the population. And corporate American wants a commercial a piece of its additive powers. With the help of his girlfriend, her US Senator father, and the power of the device B fights to undo the work of his invention in a multilayered suspense story from our future.
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