What if the company you work for could control your mind? Only weeks remain before Lectures and More, Inc., a company representing the world’s top motivational speakers, launches its latest technological advance: a mind-altering radio frequency device sold as a work-site enhancement...
Jennifer Chance: A world-renowned motivational speaker for Lectures and More, Inc. But she has become increasingly questioning of her self, her identity. Something doesn't feel right and she wants to take a break from the company, but will they let her? By accident she meets Frank in San Diego, and he may be someone that can help her, or at the very least enjoy a nice dinner with.
Frank Revere: A former counterintelligence operative of the NSA that turned CEO of a non-profit environmental organization after the loss of his true love, Sarah Darnell (five years ago). He meets Jennifer and offers to help her. Romance lingers in the air, as well.
Peter Wellington: Co-owner of an Import/Export company with John Wilde. A former operative with the CIA, who nows does private security/espionage consulting on the sly.
Willem Tasker: A former Navy SEAL that now works for Peter Wellington, running special operations.
Dr. Jones: The right hand man to Ulrich Rogers. But has plans of his own. He oversees the Enoch Corporation, the R&D division of Lectures and More, Inc.
Ulrich Rogers: Director of Lectures and More, Inc, a company that represents many of the top motivational speakers in the world, including Jennifer Chance. His R&D team has perfected a Bio-energetic Tensiometer (BET), a workplace enhancement device, abou to be unveiled to the corporate world.
Toliver Cramden: Part-time Hollywood stuntman and part-time member of Peter's team.
John Wilde: Co-owner with Peter of an Import/Export company in San Diego, and a former CIA troubleshooter turned Rastafarian.
Suburbs of Washington, D.C., Tuesday 4:01 A.M. Near a forest green telephone relay box on a narrow side street shrouded in the darkness of a moonless night, three figures wearing caps and clad in black stepped from the side doorway of a gray van.
identity: The story raises the question of identity for both Jennifer Chance (main character) and for the nation.
freedom: If one does not know one's true identity, then one is not truly free. In order for U.S. citizens to enjoy the freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution, each one must assume the responsibility of the rights in the Bill of Rights.
technology: The use of radio frequency identification technology plays a major role in this story. Operating at a certain frequency, the frequency penetrates the human subconscious, thus leaving it open to manipulation and mind control. As noted at the end of the novel, this technology was originally developed by the U.S. government as part of their Psychogenic Warfare programs in the 1970's and later perfected and used in the first Gulf War.
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