Hear You Think
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A short introduction
In order to keep a top-secret, high-tech military device from getting into the hands of the enemy, Reece Stanton must come out of retirement to get his elite team back together and go undercover with the CIA. rnHis efforts are impeded by the new administration that has just taken up residence in the White House. The new president disregards the entire project as worthless, and his ineptitude at briefing his new FBI director and others only adds to the problem. Reece must use his closeness to the former president and ask him to intervene, in order to get anything done.rnThe mission begins after the laboratory where the device was invented is bombed and the three devices are stolen by an intermediary team, who will then turn the devices over to the actual “customer.” rnThe devices are the result of the Hearing Project; small units that can be inserted in the ear that allow the wearer to read the thoughts of everyone. The ramifications of someone wearing one of these near any military personnel can and are deadly; the vice president's convoy is attacked. The vice president is subsequently killed and the nation goes on lockdown—no international flights allowed until the perpetrators are caught.rnThe team tracks down and captures the first two thieves on US soil. However, Reece and Agent Sarah Castle have to chase the third thief to Asia and Hong Kong, posing as a British couple, and aided by high tech in the form of a bird drone that mimics a real bird, and a bee drone that can actually buzz around and send visual and audio to an iPhone for surveillance.rnReece and his top-secret team are the only ones who can save the US—and the public will never know.
Author: Alexander Gelston
Alexander Gelston is a first-time author with natural talent and a keen eye for detail. His first novel, Hear You Think, started to take shape in his mind about five years before the plots and characters were committed to paper. Another book in the series is already in the works.rnAlexander lives in a small town in the Finger Lakes region of New York, where he balances his passion for sailing with dedicated time for writing as he formulates various scenes for his characters. His degree in mechanical engineering and his electronic sensor system company, with clients all over the world—including the military—helped him craft some of the spy technology in Hear You Think.rnIn his professional career, Alexander traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia, thus becoming familiar with the locales and cultures used in his first novel and the next book in the series.rn
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