By Steven Gore
A terrorist bombing in Asia . . . A lifeless FBI agent in Marseilles . . . financial institution debts associated with a genius finance professor in Boston . . .
Can investigator Graham Gage make the relationship prior to his global collapses?
Days after failing to reach for a mystery assembly with the Federal Reserve chairman, FBI agent Michael Hennessy's physique is located on the base of a cliff. yet used to be it suicide or homicide? a choice from the chairman sends Gage trying to find the reality.
As a desperately unwell U.S. president prepares at hand over energy to his vice president—a guy within the thrall of spiritual extremists—Gage follows a path of deceit and terror to a conspiracy that threatens to plummet the realm into chaos.
But for Gage, there's much more at stake. His spouse is trapped among an rebellion in imperative China and the ruthless chinese language govt. And until Gage exposes the best treachery of our age earlier than the clock counts down, religion will die.
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If someone told you to think of a number, I know what number you’d think of. You don’t believe me? I’ll prove it to you. Think of any number up to a thousand—the first number that comes to your mind. Picture it. Now see how well I know your secrets. Open the little envelope. Gurney uttered a noncommittal grunt and looked inquiringly at Mellery, who had been staring at him intently as he read. ” “Hmm. ” Clearly Mellery had not thought of it that way. “If what you mean is, did I think of a number, yes, I did.
It grew into a series of lectures that I gave at a dozen other Unitarian churches, and the lectures turned into my first book. The book became the basis of a three-part series for PBS. Then that was distributed as a set of videotapes. “A lot of stuff like that happened—a stream of coincidences that carried me from one good thing to another. I was invited to do a series of private seminars for some extraordinary people—who also happened to be extraordinarily wealthy. That led to the founding of the Mellery Institute for Spiritual Renewal.
The contact between them had been less frequent, less significant, less friendly than Mellery’s words suggested. But he got the impression that Mellery had chosen his words carefully—that despite its simplicity, the note had been written and rewritten, pondered and edited—and that the flattery, like everything else in the letter, was purposeful. But what was the purpose? The obvious one was to ensure Gurney’s agreement to a face-to-face meeting and to engage him in the solution of whatever “mystery” had arisen.
Absolute Risk by Steven Gore