How much of your life would you give up to avoid becoming a lab rat?
Justine Bernard is ready to give up everything.
As a waitress in Manhattan, Justine maintains a carefully anonymous life to hide from those who would make her an experiment. Until she steps out of the shadows and uses her telekinesis to stop a bullet meant for NYPD Detective Quinn Duncan. Everything then falls apart, and she's forced to run: from the scientist who believes genetic engineering is the future of war. From the scene of her friend's dead body. From Quinn, who has discovered the secret she's kept from him throughout their relationship.
She flees to Philadelphia to find the man who can change her identity. Ready to leave her life behind, she learns that Quinn has disappeared. She must choose: take off with her new identity to the safety of a new life, or risk everything, return to New York, and face what she's run from all her life.
For fans of Dean Koontz and Blake Crouch, this technothriller will keep you on the edge of your seat as Justine finds out whether there really are things worse than death.
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Who Is Monica?
Monica T. Rodriguez is the author of the technothriller Bulletproof. Her fascination with the eerie, odd, and supernatural began with the six-fingered hand of the Creature Feature movies crawling out of the ground and into her imagination. In addition to nightmares of bugs making words on her wall, they’ve provided a lifetime’s worth of fuel for stories that tend to bend the laws of physics. Today, her thrillers end up somewhere on the way to sci-fi.
She prefers to read thrillers, science fiction, and fantasy that straddle the border between reality and the realm beyond that fascinates us all. Her current favorite series is The Dresden Files, by Jim Butcher, and she's a particular fan of the audiobooks narrated by James Marsters. Other favorites include the Pendergast books by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.
Monica lives in the Hudson Valley north of New York City, far enough to be considered upstate by city dwellers, but close enough to be considered a city dweller by those upstate. She'll try to include something she does in her free time once she has some. For now, it's safe to assume she's writing the sequel to Bulletproof. There is always a crossword puzzle nearby for when her brain goes on strike or she can't sleep. When she comes out of her cave, there are often sightings of her on Twitter