Reason (Part One of The Arbiter Project Trilogy)

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Senator Adam Lucas is desperate for justice when his daughter is brutally murdered at the hands of a serial killer. Hans Richter, a German scientist, is working on a top secret project at a hidden Army base in Eastern New Mexico. The discoveries they make will shock them and inexplicably link them together in a high-stakes game of corruption and lies involving the highest levels of government. More

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About Marek Storm

Marek Storm was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in 1971. He grew up as the youngest of three children by a full six years and subsequently had to develop a very active imagination. His undergraduate studies involved a healthy mix of Business, Information Systems, Communications, Psychology, and Theater. Marek graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in 2000. He has often contemplated pursuing a graduate degree, but would much rather spend his time doing what he truly loves, which is writing. He currently resides in Fort Wayne with his wife, two daughters, and three cats. A male cat was added to the family a little while ago in order to help balance the testosterone/estrogen levels in the house.

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Review by: Theresa Chapman on Jan. 20, 2013 :
these was well written books all three. i would love to read more from this author. keep the good work up.
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Review by: gotmud on April 4, 2012 :
This book was well written. Its a great book, Keeps you spell bound.I would read more from this author. Kkeep the good work up.
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Review by: S Driscoll on Oct. 4, 2011 :
This is a wonderfully twisted read. I feel sorry for the two main characters but I couldn't put it down. I'm on to book two.
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Review by: Ryan Chambliss on Sep. 21, 2011 :
The read moves quick. Enjoyable.
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Review by: Susan on Sep. 4, 2011 :
Most definitely a Thriller. It gets stuck straight in and keeps moving. Lots of twists - cruel twists. Plenty of drama.
Highly recommended and I'm eagerly looking forward to reading Part Two.
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