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By James Hadley Chase

ISBN-10: 0709101570

ISBN-13: 9780709101574

The Russians can pay $4,000,000 for the head mystery formulation of a innovative new metal... and the C.I.A. will do whatever to forestall them.American inventor Dr Paul Forrester is the fellow that each side wish. For he on my own can decipher the important code. yet for 2 years Forrester has been in a psychological asylum - ever when you consider that that bloody day he walked in on his attractive spouse and her lover...So lovely Nona Jacey, Forrester's former lab-assistant, turns into a helpless pawn within the energy fight to own the scientist... for she is the major to unlocking Forrester's brain.

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One day I realized they were walking a few paces behind me and Jules at lunchtime and between classes, and they kept doing it, day in and day out, until it seemed like the way things had always been. As I walked out of the Laughing Frog with Derek, I thought about how fast things could change and how good it had felt to know I was worthy of being Jules’s number one friend. I felt something similar now that I was with this older guy, though I understood it was probably more than just Derek’s calm confidence making me feel this way.

He must be really good. Then he moved his hand away and turned the napkin around so I could see the masterpiece he’d created. It was the simplest of smiley faces—round circle head, dot eyes, dot nose, and curved-line smile—and I laughed so hard in the middle of a gulp that latte foam shot out my nostrils. Then, out of the blue, Derek said, “I wish I could go back and relive my college days. ” “Get outta here,” I teased him. “No, it’s true. I was always so careful. There was . . bad luck. Health stuff.

All of us on the squad knew about that girl from New Mexico who was helicopter tossed at the regional semifinals, and for some reason nobody caught her on the way down. That cheerleader’s neck was broken, and she’ll never walk again. Ever. Still, being a flyer is an honor, and I never should have gotten this far in cheer, not with my background. I remind myself of it at every practice and every game, too. Because girls like me, girls without the “right” parents and the “right” clothes and the “right” situation, almost always end up super-invisible or super-stoned or super-slashed up and down the arms or all of the 30 above, depending on how good we are at making do with what we have.

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