A World of Suspense

“If you love a great thriller set in a realistic (almost too realistic) setting with a devious cat and mouse game, then Too Much Information is for you!”Bibliophile Book Reviews
SecureSystems Corporation. Creators of a sweeping Thermo-Magnetic surveillance network called “TMI”. This revolutionary technology promises to eliminate terrorism and pandemics at last. When employee Rosa Perez uncovers a dark secret that threatens to derail their plans, SecureSystems will do anything to keep her quiet.
At the mercy of powerful forces, Rosa turns to civil liberties advocate Rob Folsom. Together they plunge headlong into a world of high-tech spies, black-ops and political machinations. Can they expose SecureSystems before the true power of TMI is unleashed?
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“I was on the edge of my seat wanting to know what would happen next.”Support Indie Authors Blog
Ted Ward has had enough! He’s sick of getting passed over by the Sahara corporation, tired of being Mr. Nice Guy all the time, and fed up with a life of endless drudgery. Determined to line his own pockets for once, Ted doles out preferential treatment to select Sahara clients and turns his cubicle into a lucrative, members-only gold club.
Ted’s club launches members out of obscurity and into the limelight. But when Sahara’s CEO Dennis Hamm schemes to disrupt Ted’s VIP club and make off with the profits, can Ted escape financial devastation and achieve his dream?

About David Haskell

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About David Haskell

Born and raised in New England, Dave Haskell currently resides in Japan. He writes suspense thrillers and science fiction, and he also plays the drums. In addition to his writing, Dave has performed at theme parks world-wide, including Universal Studios, Walt Disney World, and Tokyo Disneyland.

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